Thursday, 12 June 2008

Nursing Clinics of North America June 3, 2008

Not available to us online

Cancer Nursing: Past, Present, and Future
Pamela J. Haylock
pages 179-203

Symptom Management Issues in Oncology Nursing
Lisa Schulmeister, Barbara Holmes Gobel
pages 205-220

The Marriage of Conventional Cancer Treatments and Alternative Cancer Therapies
Georgia M. Decker
pages 221-241

The Changing Legacy of Cancer: Issues of Long-Term Survivorship
Susan A. Leigh
pages 243-258

Ethical Issues and Clinical Expertise at the End of Life
Karen J. Stanley, Dawn Sawrun, Marianne Treantafilos
pages 259-275

War on Cancer: Victory or Defeat?
Joyce P. Griffin-Sobel
pages 277-282

Cancer Screening in Men
Thomas J. Gates, Matthew J. Beelen, Curtis L. Hershey
pages 283-306

The Older Cancer Patient
Heidi K. White, Harvey J. Cohen
pages 307-322

End - of - Life Nursing Education Consortium Geriatric Training Program

End - of - Life Nursing Education Consortium Geriatric Training Program : Improving Palliative Care in Community Geriatric Care Settings
Author(s): Kelly , K . ; Ersek , M . ; Virani , R . ; Malloy , P . ; Ferrell , B .
ISSUE: 2008 ; VOL 34 ; PART 5
Journal of Gerontological Nursing
From EBSCO ( CINAHL with Full Text ) - via Athens (01/2003 - /)
Page: 28-35
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The New England Journal of Medicine, May 29, 2008

Methylnaltrexone for Opioid-Induced Constipation in Advanced Illness
J. Thomas and Others

A Placebo-Controlled Trial of Prucalopride for Severe Chronic Constipation
M. Camilleri and Others

Opioid Side Effects -- Mechanism-Based Therapy
C. Berde and S. Nurko

The Long and Short of a Constipation-Reducing Medication
A.J. Moss

New journal - Journal of Hematology & Oncology

BioMed Central has launched the following new open access journal:
Title: Journal of Hematology & Oncology
Editor(s)-in-chief: Delong Liu
This journal provides a forum for top-quality research in the field of hematology and oncology. Hematology and oncology are closely intertwined and rapidly evolving fields. More physician scientists performing laboratory-based research are rapidly bringing research in hematology and oncology from bench to bedside.
Journal of Hematology & Oncology aims to serve as an international platform for sharing laboratory and clinical findings in an open access format among laboratory scientists, physician scientists, hematologists and oncologists. A rapid turnaround time from submission to publication means that knowledge and new successes can be shared in real time. The current articles are in their provisional PDF format, but the full-text and final PDF versions will be available shortly.