International Journal of Oncological Nursing and Practices

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ijonnp maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study.

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- 10-Jul-2023

Impact of Counseling on Cancer Patient’s Depression Level

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Himalay Choudhary, Lalita Rathore, Lokesh Bhardwaj, Yashawant Ramawat, Jim Samuel, Yogeshwar Kumar Mutha, Shatrughan Pareek,
Abstract : Introduction: When given the dreaded and possibly fatal cancer diagnosis, patients go through a great deal of pain. Depression is one of the read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Review Article Published on :- 14-Jul-2023

Scope of Nurse Led Preventive Oncology Clinic in India

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Mathew Varghese V., Sneha Sara Sam,
Abstract : India holds immense potential and a promising future for the extensive implementation of nurse-led preventive oncology clinics, considering its read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- 14-Jul-2023

A Study to Assess the Awareness of the Breast Cancer Screening Among Teacher Training Students in Selected Teacher Training Institutions at Mysuru with the View to Conduct Educational Program

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Sunitha P.S., Rashmi P.,
Abstract : Background: Cancer is one of the major causes of death both in developed and developing countries. Breast cancer is defined by the uncontrollable read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Review Article Published on :- 14-Jul-2023

The Effectiveness of Honey Application for Oral Mucositis in Cancer Patients: A Review of Randomized Controlled Trials

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Mathew Varghese V, Sneha Sara Sam,
Abstract : Background: Oral mucositis (OM) is a prevalent and distressing adverse outcome of cancer therapies, including chemotherapy and radiation therapy. It read more

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Regular Issue  Subscription Original Research Published on :- 14-Jul-2023

A Study on Cancer Related Fatigue and Quality of Life (QOL) among Women Undergoing Treatment for Various Cancers in Selected Tertiary Care Hospitals of Ludhiana, Punjab

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Maninderjit Kaur, Nidhi Sagar, Mamta,
Abstract : Cancer is a collection of illnesses marked by irregular cell proliferation that has the potential to infiltrate or metastasize to different areas of read more

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