Focus On: Brain Tumors

Whether a primary cancer or metastatic disease, brain tumors are often associated with significant neurologic signs and symptoms. The potential for disability and shortened survival must also be considered with these patients. Learn more by exploring the articles in this collection, which includes an editorial from the former Editor-in-Chief of Nursing Management, who shared his thoughts on being a patient with a glioblastoma multiforme, and the reflections of a neuroscience nurse on providing care to brain tumor patients and their families.
 
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Editorial: Through the eyes of a patient…
Nursing Management, June 2013

Study Offers Clues About Why Some Brain Cancers Resist Treatment
Oncology Times, March 2015

Predictors of Physical Functioning in Postoperative Brain Tumor Patients
Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, February 2015

Clinical Practice Guideline Series Update: Care of the Adult Patient With a Brain Tumor
Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, December 2014

A systematic review of the nature of family experience of having an adult with malignant brain tumor
International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare, September 2013

What Brain Tumor Patients and Their Families Have Taught Me
Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, June 2013
 

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