Care for adults
Learning About Oncology Nursing from the Inside

By Kaitlin Phelan For eight weeks, Kaitlin Phelan was one of three Boston College William F. Connell School of Nursing students who learned about oncology nursing from the inside – observing clinicians at work, talking to care team members about their jobs and careers, and studying a particular area of […]

November 5, 2015
Care for adults , Care for children
Nurses Feel ‘Privilege’ of Working with Patients and Colleagues

Dana-Farber oncology nurses have grown accustomed to being asked how they can do such a difficult job every day. But talk with them and you’ll learn that they feel far more blessed than burdened by these challenges. In honor of National Nurses Week May 6-12, we asked four Dana-Farber nurses […]

May 8, 2015
Care for adults , General interest
Helping Patients with a Few Good Laughs

As patients come through for their MRIs and CT scans, MJ Murphy, RN, BS, has roughly 15 minutes to sit and talk, discuss treatment, and hear updates on friends and family. It’s not much time, but Murphy always tries to coax a smile. “I love referring to the friends and […]

May 28, 2014

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