EDITORIAL: Focusing on care of older adults with cancer
In several of my editorials I have pointed out trends that oncology nurses ought to know about. This column follows along the same theme. I want to alert you to several recent publications that could be helpful to you in thinking about the care of older adults with cancer.
Canadian Partnership Against Cancer—Person centered perspective portfolio. (2016). Evidence synthesis: Care of Older Adults with Cancer. Toronto: Author.
Puts, M.T.E., Sattar, S., et al., (2016). Chemotherapy treatment decision-making experience of adults with cancer, their family members, oncologists, and family physicians: A mixed methods study. Supportive Care in Cancer. doi:10.1007/s00520-016-3476-8
Puts, M.T.E., Sattar, S., Fossat,T., et al. (2017). The Senior Toronto Oncology Panel (STOP) Study. (In Review).
Sattar, S., Alibhai, S.M., Wildiers, H., & Puts, M.T. (2014). How to implement a geriatric assessment in your clinical practice. Oncologist, 19(10), 1056–68.
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