An oncology nurse is a nurse specialized in caring for patients with cancer. These nurses need specialized oncology certifications and clinical experience beyond the standard baccalaureate. Oncology is a demanding field in which nurses assist patients, families , and caregivers through the uncertainty of diagnosis and treatment, as well as the anxiety of other disease-induced uncertainties including mortality. Oncology nurses having three important roles: Continue the targets and morals of health care; take part in the patients' experiences; and resolve the health care principles and the patients' experiences. Nurse’s salary depends on experience, expertise, and location.
• Care for patients diagnosed with cancer
• Offering education and support to the families of patients
• Chemotherapy Administration
• Manage side effects of chemotherapy
• Evaluation of ongoing needs and educational deficits
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