Interprofessional collaboration to optimize intrathecal chemotherapy administration
Gayle McGlory, PhD; Donna Scott, MBA, MS, Nursing, Ben Taub Hospital, Houston, Texas, USA; Antonio Munoz, ADN; Maria Bustamante, ADN, Interventional Radiology/Special Procedures, Ben Taub Hospital, Houston, Texas, USA; Kenn M. Kirksey, PhD, Center for Nursing Scholarship, Harris Health System, Houston, Texas, USA
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An interprofessional team initiated an evidence-based practice project in order to develop a comprehensive program for interdisciplinary and multi-institutional staff to ameliorate care for patients receiving chemotherapeutic agents through intrathecal administration.
44th Biennial Convention 2017 Theme: Influence Through Action: Advancing Global Health, Nursing, and Midwifery.
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