World Cancer Day and How Nurses Can Help

world cancer dayFebruary 4th is World Cancer Day, and the theme for the day between 2016 and 2018 is “We can. I can.” Here, at Lippincott Nursingcenter, we know there are a number of ways nurses can help bring awareness to this day, along with ways nurses can better care for patients affected by cancer. 

1. Spread the word: Follow these hashtags on your social media accounts to join the discussion around World Cancer Day. 

  • #WorldCancerDay
  • #WeCanICan

2. Stay informed: Stay up-to-date on the latest research and evidence around cancer.  
Subscribe to the peer-reviewed journals, Cancer Nursing and Oncology Times.
.Cancer NursingOncology Times
  • Earn continuing education credits with over 160 CE activities related to oncology.
  • Access evidence-based cancer content instantly at the point of care with Lippincott Advisor. The individual version of the app used by leading hospitals includes over 1,000 evidence-based content entries on cancer symptoms, drugs, treatments, and more. Download it now for only $29.95.
3. Take action: Get certified in oncology by visiting our Guide to Certification page and scrolling down to the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation.  
Posted: 1/31/2017 8:34:22 AM by Cara Deming | with 2 comments


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sophia
Great Article!

There are some conferences happening in which medical specialty would be Oncology and here is one of those conferences.

Concepts and Trends for Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment is organized by Penn Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Department of Radiology and will be held during May 07 - 09, 2018 at Hilton Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 20.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.

For more details, go through our Database.
https://www.emedevents.com/

Thank you
2/1/2018 3:16:04 AM

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Hi,
Thanks for useful information. It is very necessary to bring awareness in society about "cancer." Let's spread this theme “We can. I can.” Keep going on.
11/9/2017 3:52:11 AM

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