Nurses are supported in providing cancer prevention, screening and care through guidelines and other tools developed by Cancer Care Ontario.
Find tools and resources to support nursing care.
The pathway maps are tools used to improve quality, access, appropriateness and coordination of care across all stages of the patient experience.
Symptom and side effect management tools help primary care providers assess and appropriately manage a patient’s cancer-related symptoms. Guides are available for healthcare professionals and patients.
The follow-up guidelines support the care for people recovering from cancer.
Find palliative care tools organized according to a 3-step model of best practice.
My CancerIQ is a website designed by Cancer Care Ontario that helps Ontarians understand their cancer risk and what they can do to help lower that risk.
Find fact sheets, brochures and other screening information to share with patients and their families.
Symptom and Side Effect Management Guides
Symptom and side effect management guides provide patients and their families with information on how to recognize symptoms and how to reduce the effects. Also find links to related websites.
Nurses can advance their education by taking courses and participating in mentorship.
Multidisciplinary cancer conferences provide a forum for the continuing education of medical staff and health professionals.
Find the standardized role description for a specialized oncology nurse.
This document establishes guidelines to ensure that the essence of oncology nursing practice is reflected in documentations.
Find evidence-based guidelines for the safe handling of drugs and delivery of systemic cancer treatment.