PRÉSENTATION PLÉNIÈRE Évolution des soins infirmiers en oncologie : tracer la voie du changement

Greta G. Cummings, Sarah D. Lee, Kaitlyn C. Tate

Abstract


Les rôles et responsabilités des infirmières en oncologie ont passablement évolué en cent ans. En effet, les infirmières généralistes, d’abord attitrées aux soins de confort au chevet des patients – et disposant d’une technologie plus limitée –, ont laissé place à des infirmières en pratique oncologique avancée responsables de tout, de l’exécution des procédures invasives à l’interprétation de diagnostics, sans oublier le dépistage pour la prévention du cancer. À mesure que les soins en oncologie continueront d’évoluer, les infirmières seront appelées à jouer un rôle déterminant dans ce champ de pratique, et ce sera vrai tant pour les infirmières spécialisées en oncologie clinique que pour les pionnières de la recherche en oncologie.


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