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Oncology nurses should take the lead

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Published: 10.05.12
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Birgitte Grube - President of EONS

Birgitte Grube, President of the European Society of Oncology Nurses talks to ecancer at the society's 8th annual meeting in Geneva, April 2012.

Birgitte discusses working more closely with patients with an approach that takes into account not only genetics and treatment but a holisitic approach inlcuding psychosocial issues.

EONS is now involved with education of healthcare professionals and taking the lead in helping socially disadvantaged groups.

There is potential for oncology nurses to have greater involvement in the political field to benefit the patient.

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