Best Practices for Chemotherapy Administration in Pediatric Oncology: Quality and Safety Process Improvements (2015).

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The administration of chemotherapy to children with cancer is a high-risk process that must be performed in a safe and consistent manner with high reliability. Clinical trials play a major role in the treatment of children with cancer; conformance to chemotherapy protocol requirements and accurate documentation in the medical record are critical… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1043454215610490

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@article{Looper2016BestPF, title={Best Practices for Chemotherapy Administration in Pediatric Oncology: Quality and Safety Process Improvements (2015).}, author={Karen G. Looper and Kari Winchester and Deborah L Robinson and Andrea Price and Rachel Langley and Gina Martin and Sally J. Jones and Jodi Holloway and Susanne Rosenberg and Susan Flake}, journal={Journal of pediatric oncology nursing : official journal of the Association of Pediatric Oncology Nurses}, year={2016}, volume={33 3}, pages={165-72} }