Thursday, October 8, 2020
4:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 infection is rapidly becoming one of the most challenging public health crises in modern history. In this global care crisis and unparalleled health emergency, nurses are the largest health care professional group providing frontline care. Nurses’ pivotal role in the care and management of the novel COVID-19 comes in the year landmarked as the International Year of the Nurse. This global crisis is uncharted territory and the first of its kind for most living nurses’ memory.
This activity is designed to focus on the major areas in which the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted how nursing cancer care is delivered and experienced by patients. Participate in this live webcast and join the discussion on this fast moving subject while gaining up-to-date, practical information with immediate clinical and operational application.
Given that new emerging, evidence, for COVID-19 is being rapidly developed over time makes it critical to provide oncology nurses with a precise synthesis of the latest evidence based information applicable to their practice.
Upon completion of this conference, participants should be able to:
- Describe methods for enhancing e-health interventions for cancer care during a pandemic
- Understand PPE guidelines for various clinical situations involving oncology patients receiving care in outpatient and inpatient settings.
- Identify best practices in providing quality and safe nursing care to COVID- 19 oncology patients in ambulatory care
- Identify opportunities for enhancing healthcare staff and patient safety during the COVID- 19 pandemic.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND This activity has been designed for oncology nurses, and other nurses and healthcare professionals involved in the treatment of patients with cancer.
For additional information please contact Hyacen Putmon.