This issue highlights improvements in patient care quality that resulted when oncology nurses included the "7th vital sign" of nutrition screening and intervention into their nursing routine at three cancer centers in the United States.
Advanced Practice Nurse and Oncology Nurse Manager
Rush University Medical Center
Carrie Daly, RN, MS, AOCN, is an Advanced Practice Nurse and Oncology Nurse Manager at Rush University Medical Center in Radiation Oncology. She has been a nurse for over 30 years. Head and neck cancer and symptom management have long been Carrie's specialty and passion.
Radiation Oncology Nurse Manager
The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute
Carla Grieshop, BSN, RN, BA, has been a Radiation Oncology Nurse Manager for the past 5 years, working not only to provide clinical nursing support, but to develop innovative ways to improve patient outcomes in Radiation Oncology. Her passion is striving to make the patient experience the best that it can be.
Mountain States Tumor Institute
St. Luke's Health System
Rhone Levin, M.Ed, RD, CSO, LD has been a Registered Dietitian for 24 years, and has specialized in oncology nutrition. She is a board certified in Oncology Nutrition. Rhone has been an oncology dietitian at the Mountain States Tumor Institute for St. Luke’s Health System for 3 years.
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