Global Health & Childhood Cancer
13. Nurses take charge: How to advocate for a safer working environment for staff and patients with Lorena Segovia and Linda Abramovitz
SIOP PODC Nursing Working Group: The Advocacy Toolkit Today on the podcast, we discuss a new advocacy toolkit that nurses can use to help improve the safety of their work environment and the quality of care they provide to patients.
12. The Missing 3 Million: Estimating pediatric cancer incidence and survival with Dr. Jennifer Yeh and Zachary Ward
Where are all of the pediatric cancer patients? There are times where new research completely changes the way one looks at a problem. The two articles we discuss on this episode changed the way I think about global oncology.
11. Nurses are the final common pathway for safe care: The importance of baseline nursing standards with the SIOP PODC Nursing Working Group
SIOP PODC Nursing Working Group: Baseline Nursing Standards Nurses are one of the most important members of the healthcare team for children with cancer. In many ways, nurses are the final common pathway for providing care in both inpatient and outpati...
10. Educating parents of children with cancer through successful international collaboration with Dr. Erin McCann and Dr. Soad Fuentes Alabi
Parents of childhood cancer patients are arguably the most important members of a child’s treatment team. Yet many times in resource-limited settings, parents are not equipped with the knowledge to successfully care for the specialized heath needs fo ...
Episode Summary Today we talk to Dr. Saskia Mostert, MD, PhD, a pediatric oncologist in the Netherlands who has tremendous experience working with healthcare providers to improve the care of patients in Indonesia and Kenya.
Additional Resources Download Dr. Rossell’s slides from the SIOP Treatment Abandonment symposium: Psychosocial Support to Reduce Treatment Abandonment Important recent publications by Dr. Rossell: Community resources support adherence to treatment for ...