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Welcome to CCO Oncology Nursing! This resource has been developed to meet the specific educational needs of oncology nurses. Check back regularly for the latest conference coverage, treatment updates and plenty of free CE hours. Provided links include: Virtual Presentation for Nursing Considerations in the Treatment of Multiple...
Welcome to CCO Oncology Nursing! This resource has been developed to meet the specific educational needs of oncology nurses. Check back regularly for the latest conference coverage, treatment updates and plenty of free CE hours. Provided links include: Virtual Presentation for Nursing Considerations in the Treatment of Multiple Myeloma; Expert Analysis From Chicago about Melanoma; Interactive Virtual Presentation on The Evolving Treatment Paradigm for Follicular Lymphoma; as well as the CCO inPractice Nursing Resource Center.
Interactive case presentations that challenge the user to select treatment pathways. Treatment pathways are linked to clinical evidence and user selections are critiqued in light of the evidence.
Language used is of of an understandable level for nurses with minimal use of abreviations. Complex terms are expalined in text.
Cases are clinically appropriate and evidence is current. Treatment options and choices are not contextualised based on availability of clinical services and assumptions are made that best practice treatments are available to all patients.
Ideal resource for individual continuing education for the post graduate specialist cancer nurse to consolidate understanding of complex treatment options.
I could not see where users can print out a record of their choices within the case or evidence learning from the modules.
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Site adheres to common web conventions.
Animation used appropriately to grab interest without overdoing it.