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Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal/Revue Canadienne de Soins Infirmiers en Oncologie

The official publication of the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology/L’Association Canadienne des Infirmières en Oncologie

CANO Head Office
Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology (CANO)/Association Canadienne des Infirmières en Oncologie (ACIO)
750 West Pender St., Suite 301
Vancouver, BC V6C 2T7
Phone: (604) 874-4322
Fax: (604) 874-4378
Editor: Margaret I. Fitch

The Canadian Oncology Nursing Journal is published quarterly in the Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. The CONJ is the only Canadian publication in cancer nursing. It is a bilingual, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the interests of the professional nurse who provides care to patients with cancer and their families. The journal endeavours to publish timely papers, promote the image of the nurse involved in cancer care, stimulate nursing issues in oncology nursing and encourage nurses to publish in national media.


Includes nurses practising in all areas of cancer care, whether as direct caregivers, educators, researchers or administrators, throughout Canada. Circulation is approximately 1,000 with a number of cancer centres, hospitals, palliative care units, and schools of nursing among our subscribers.


Includes peer-reviewed original manuscripts relating to clinical oncology practice, technology, education and research. There are regular columns focusing on research issues, materials on review, profiles of individuals or programs and clinical tips. The journal also includes a newsletter section to keep Canadian oncology nurses current in the activities of their national association.

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CONJ Online Article, Volume 19 Number 1
Anne Katz: My body my self: Body image and sexuality in women with cancer
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CONJ Online Article, Volume 18 Number 4
Carole Beals and Lynne Penton: Courage, heart and brain
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CONJ Online Article, Volume 18 Number 3
Lorraine Martelli-Reid, Sue Baker, Christopher A. Smith, Christina Lacchetti, Yee C. Ung, William K. Evans and members of the Lung Cancer Disease Site Group of Cancer Care Ontario's Program in Evidence-Based Care: Nursing care for patients with non-small cell lung cancer receiving adjuvant chemotherapy: Evidence-based implications for practice
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CONJ Online Article, Volume 18 Number 2
Esther Green, Gail Macartney, Caroline Zwaal, Patricia Marchand, Lia Kutzscher, Pamela Savage, Linda Robb-Blenderman, Jocelyne Volpe, Lesley Collins, Melissa Brouwers, Mary Johnston, and Hans Messersmith: Managing central venous access devices in cancer patients: A practical guideline
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