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Thank You, No Thank You

Have you every been apart of something so touching that it just puts a big smile on your face, warms your heart… Continue reading

The Power of Touch

What if you could give a patient just a moment to relax and escape the reality of life? Oncology massage is just the way to do it. – See more at: http://nursing.onclive.com/contributor/pam-mcmillan-rn/2016/05/the-power-of-touch#sthash.zVXpNAEh.dpuf

One word so much confusion…

Survivor: one simple word surrounded by so much confusion but yet so much meaning. – See more at: http://nursing.onclive.com/contributor/pam-mcmillan-rn/2016/03/one-word-so-much-confusion#sthash.RNd8VI3X.dpuf

Uncertainty

Life has a lot of uncertainties, but what can you do to help the emotional state of mind? – See more at: http://nursing.onclive.com/contributor/pam-mcmillan-rn/2016/02/uncertainty#sthash.GpxEUxbM.dpuf

1,2,3…Ready Set Go!

It’s a new year, new you… learn how you can help patients get on a healthy track this year. – See more at: http://nursing.onclive.com/contributor/pam-mcmillan-rn/2016/01/123ready-set-go#sthash.KmiPctQG.dpuf

Gratitude

This is the time of year to reflect on what you are grateful for, but have you tried to express it through art? – See more at: http://nursing.onclive.com/contributor/pam-mcmillan-rn/2015/12/gratitude#sthash.16YkJasf.dpuf

Superglue

Superglue

There is an instant bond that forms when cancer survivors are together, much like superglue.

– See more at: http://nursing.onclive.com/contributor/pam-mcmillan-rn/2015/11/superglue#sthash.8Y9nk9K8.dpuf

What’s Next? What’s next for Cancer Survivors after treatment?

What’s Next?

What’s next for Cancer Survivors after treatment?

– See more at: http://nursing.onclive.com/contributor/pam-mcmillan-rn/2015/10/whats-next#sthash.aLeiuJfG.dpuf

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