Carolina Nursing well-represented at 2019 ONS Congress

UNC had a strong turn-out at the 2019 Oncology Nursing Society’s annual Congress, hosted in Anaheim, CA last week. Presenting on behalf of Carolina were:

Ashley Bryant, PhD, RN-BC, OCN:
‘Outcomes of an Oncology Nursing Fellowship Program: Findings from 3 Cohorts’
‘Preventing Burnout and Compassion Fatigue: Finds from a Systematic Review’

Ya-Ning Chan, MSN, RN:
‘Relationship between Aromatase Inhibitors Use and Exercise Among Breast Cancer Survivors
‘Cognitive Function in Colorectal Cancer’

Rachel Hirschey, PhD, RN:
‘Review of video education in underrepresented minority cancer survivors’
‘Resources for Oncology Nurses to provide activity recommendations to cancer survivors’

Ahrang Jung, PhD RN:
‘Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Non-Muscle-Invasive Bladder Cancers
‘Evaluation of burden and needs assessment among bladder cancer caregivers”

Deborah Mayer, PhD, RN,AOCN, FAAN
‘Survivorship and nursing research roundtable’ (Friday 11:15 Attendee Networking Area)

Lixin Song, PhD, RN, FAAN:
‘Cardiovascular Disease and the Modifiable Health Behaviors Among Cancer Survivors and Their Spouse: Findings from Medical Expenditure Panel Survey
‘Psychological distress and depressed mood among cancer survivors and their spouses: findings from Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS)’
‘Technology based interventions to improve anxiety, depression and health related quality of life among patients with prostate cancer: a systematic review’