2020
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-25804-7_15
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Pediatric Oncology Nursing Research in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

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“…A study also stated a lack of a knowledge, limited beliefs in cancer care, poor motivation by colleagues, low nurse income, job dissatisfaction, inability to give attention to all patients and family needs from admission to discharge (32). Other studies also stated, the lack of time to explain all information to patients' families (as a results of work overload) as the major challenges of nurses (5,30,32). However, contrary to these ndings, other studies states that nurses around the globe are knowledgeable and play a vital and central role in the delivery of all cancer treatment modalities, principally surgical, radiation, and medical oncology.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…A study also stated a lack of a knowledge, limited beliefs in cancer care, poor motivation by colleagues, low nurse income, job dissatisfaction, inability to give attention to all patients and family needs from admission to discharge (32). Other studies also stated, the lack of time to explain all information to patients' families (as a results of work overload) as the major challenges of nurses (5,30,32). However, contrary to these ndings, other studies states that nurses around the globe are knowledgeable and play a vital and central role in the delivery of all cancer treatment modalities, principally surgical, radiation, and medical oncology.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other studies acknowledged that the challenges involved in caring for patients are more intense in the pediatric oncology ward than other units in a hospital (11,12). Some studies have highlighted that in Egypt, nurses and pharmacists were exposure to hazardous drugs for cancer treatment, and also in Iran, nurses showed changes in their mitochondrial parameters and there was cytotoxicity of their lymphocytes due to exposure to chemotherapy inhalation (5,13). These, unfortunate incidents occurred because the hospital where they worked did not have adequate personal protective Equipment's for the nurses to work with.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Pediatric oncology nursing involves establishing intense interpersonal relationships, addressing the multiple complex needs of children and caregivers, and being in constant contact with people's suffering (3,4). Low and middle-income countries (LMICs) are cancer care resource-limited and this makes many children with cancer to be left with terminal diagnoses and with unnecessary suffering (5). The pediatric cancer care challenges in LMIC include low technology of care, inadequate cancer education (6,7), and experiences of physical and psychological distress (8).…”
Section: What This Study Addsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other studies acknowledged that the challenges involved in caring for patients are more intense in the pediatric oncology ward than other units in a hospital (11,12). Some studies have highlighted that in Egypt, nurses and pharmacists were exposed to hazardous drugs for cancer treatment, and also in Iran, nurses showed changes in their mitochondrial parameters and there was cytotoxicity of their lymphocytes due to exposure to chemotherapy inhalation (5,13). These unfortunate incidents occurred because the hospital where they worked did not have adequate personal protective equipment's for the nurses to work with.…”
Section: What This Study Addsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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