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Journal of Oncology Practice Launches New Blog to Facilitate Discussions on Care Delivery Topics

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The Journal of Oncology Practice (JOP) has launched a new care delivery blog, JOP DAiS (Discussion & Analysis in Short), to serve as a forum for commentary and analysis on issues affecting the mechanisms of oncology care delivery. This new platform will be a way to collaborate, debate, and discuss many of the topics JOP addresses in its publication, including health services research, business and socioeconomics, ethics, and health policy.

The blog will be led by co-editors Steve Lee, MD; Bobby Daly, MD, MBA; and Heather Hylton, MS, PA-C, who will post content regularly. In addition to content from the editors, others in the field will be invited to post. The blog will reflect editors’ views, not those of ASCO. The newest post focuses on burnout in oncology care providers and implementing changes to address the issue.

The forum will feature timely topics that focus on day-to-day practice and be a place for those throughout the care spectrum to convene on topical issues, challenges, and changes in care delivery. The blog will also provide references to relevantJOPresearch and content.

Much like JOP’s published articles, the content of the blog will not only pertain to oncologists, but all members of the care team, including physician assistants, practice administrators, nonphysician practitioners, and others in the business of oncology.

Read the new blog here.

The content in this post has not been reviewed by the American Society of Clinical Oncology, Inc. (ASCO®) and does not necessarily reflect the ideas and opinions of ASCO®.


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