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Fall 2013 | OncoLink O-Pro eNewsletter

Welcome to O-Pro!
Welcome to O-Pro, our e-newsletter for oncology professionals, expanding on our very successful Nursing e-News to include all members of the oncology team. This quarterly newsletter provides resources to aid your clinical practice and a forum to learn from and share with other members of the interdisciplinary team. Submissions and content suggestions are more than welcomed! Please use the link at the bottom to forward this eNews to a friend.

OncoLink PollsChemotherapy Teaching
Do you use OncoLink's chemotherapy teaching handouts? You can find and print single drugs using the "Find My Drug" tool found on the left side of the homepage. Printing a mutli-drug regimen? Use the "Regimen Printer" found on the healthcare professionals tab. Is there a regimen you use regularly that isn't listed? Let us know!


New Patient Resources
While we are always adding new articles to the site, below are a few of our favorite new articles that may be useful to your patients:

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OncoLink WebchatsOncoLink hosts monthly webinars where participants can watch a presentation and ask questions of the presenter. An archive of each presentation is available if you miss it. Oncology professionals are welcome! Upcoming chats include:

Continuing Education for Nurses
We have several new modules available for CE credit - and new this year, some include pharmacology credit that many NPs have been asking for! There are several more in the planning phase, so check back often.

Have You Seen Our New Look?
If you have visited OncoLink in the last month, you may have noticed things look a little "cleaner." But this new look is more than just some housekeeping and white space. Read more about our new look.

OncoLink PollOncoLink Polls
What tool is your cancer center using/planning to use for distress screening to meet the 2015 COC standards?

Reading Food Labels
Oncology patients don't just have cancer; they have many other chronic illnesses, including heart disease, diabetes and hypertension. In addition, diet can have a major impact on a survivor's risk of recurrence. Empower your patients to take control of their diet by learning to read food labels!

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