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Lorraine C. Drapek, Karen Driskill, Natasha Pinheiro, Ronald Harris, Renuka Iyer, and Susan Acquisto

Background: Biliary obstruction often occurs with hepatobiliary cancers. Treatment consists of internal biliary stents or external biliary drains. Patient education regarding signs and symptoms of cholangitis, change of stents, or care of biliary

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Jeffrey K. Belkora, David W. Hutton, Dan H. Moore, and Laura A. Siminoff

about their baseline survival prospects use less adjuvant therapy than patients whose perceptions of baseline survival are inaccurate (62% vs. 89% used adjuvant therapy). Although Adjuvant! seems to influence choice through patient education, researchers

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Megan Corbett, Cynthia Arcieri, Emma Dann, Jeff Durney, Frances Fuller, Frances Leonard, Susan O’Connor, Inez Robinson, Jill Sweeney, Kristie Weeks, Jamie White, and Jane Worrell

been identified including effective patient education, adherence, and monitoring. The purpose of this quality improvement project was to standardize the approach to initiating oral anti-cancer patient care. Methods: A quality improvement team

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Stacey W. MucCullough, David Blaisdell, Jonathan K. Kish, Pat Farmer, JaLyna Laney, Tom Valuck, Natalie Dickson, Johnetta Blakely, Dianna Shipley, Jesus Berdeja, Gregg Shepard, Bertrand M. Anz III, Carolyn Kelsey, Jack Taylor, Chadi Nabhan, Jeffrey F. Patton, and Annette Powers

many community practices integrate specialty pharmacy (SP) services into their practice, patient education, treatment adherence, and visit scheduling coordination are becoming increasingly complex, particularly for treatments with Risk Evaluation and

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Suneel D. Kamath, Sheetal M. Kircher, and Al B. Benson III

Part I, line 12 of the Form 990 tax records, and expenditures were collected from the annual report or Form 990. Expenditures were classified into 1 of 9 categories: patient support (eg, support groups, paying for transportation), patient education

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Paul G. Richardson, Jacob P. Laubach, Robert L. Schlossman, Constantine Mitsiades, and Kenneth Anderson

evaluation. PN severity should be characterized at each assessment to monitor neuropathy progression and determine whether a regimen change or some other type of intervention is indicated. Patient education is important for improving awareness and encouraging

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Nora Janjan

oral chemotherapeutic agents are better allayed than fears relating to addiction and tolerance to analgesics. Patient education regarding the administration of analgesics for CRP is effective. A meta-analysis of 21 educational intervention studies in

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Cari Utendorf, Tiffany Stump, Sara Wolfe, Lynne Brophy, Jennie Gerardi, and Karen Hock

for cancer survivors, only 20%–30% of them will be active after cancer treatment (Rock et al, CA Cancer J Clin 2012). The known barriers to exercise in oncology are lack of patient education, lack of knowledge, fatigue, decreased motivation, and

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Allison Matthews, Surbhi Sidana, Lauren Seymour, Nancy Pick, James Pringnitz, David Argue, Gina Lange, Eva Brandes, Allison McClanahan, Adrienne Nedved, Suzanne Hayman, Saad Kenderian, Shaji Kumar, David Dingli, Taxiarchis Kourelis, Rahma Warsame, Prashant Kapoor, Mithun Shah, Hassan Alkhateeb, Patrick Johnston, Stephen Ansell, Nabila Bennani, Mustaqeem Siddiqui, and Yi Lin

effects of treatment. We implemented processes to address these issues and observed a qualitative improvement via patient interviews/feedback. Ongoing work includes optimizing remote monitoring, digital platforms for patient education, and a quantitative

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Bianshly Rivera Rivero, Brenda Connolly, Melissa Kapsick, and Smitha R. Pabbathi

care plans is determined by the CoC and the Moffitt cancer committee. The initiative included a cost-effective solution, “Journey Forward.” Moffitt Cancer Center was able to incorporate additional specific patient education and surveillance