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Volume: 11

1. A Meta-Analysis of Intervention Studies on Cancer Pain. Page:83—92
2. Analysis of Nursing Intervention Studies on Patients with Breast Cancer in Korea. Page:74—82
3. Knowledge about Cervical Cancer, Health Beliefs and Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Rate in Female University Students. Page:65—73
4. Compliance with the Protocol Considered Emetogenic Potential for Prophylaxis of Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting. Page:58—64
5. Analysis of Research Papers Published by Three Nursing Journals to Suggest the Direction of Journal of Korean Oncology Nursing. Page:163—170
6. The Real Picture of the Care Costs Paid to Korean Oncology Advanced Practice Nurses. Page:155—162
7. Korean Nurses' Knowledge about Hereditary Colorectal Cancer. Page:147—154
8. Effects of Self-Efficacy Promotion Program on Self-Efficacy, Self-Care Behavior, and Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Radiotherapy. Page:136—146
9. Meta-Analysis of the Effectiveness on Foot-Reflexo-Massage for Cancer Patients. Page:127—135
10. The Meta-Analysis of the Effect of Acupressure for Nausea and Vomiting in Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy. Page:116—126
11. Effects of Preoperative Pain Management Education on the Control of Postoperative Pain: Focused on the PCA used Surgical Patients with Uterine Tumor. Page:108—115
12. Reliability and Validity of the Suffering Scale of Family of Patients with Terminal Cancer. Page:49—57
13. Relationships between Family Support, Perceived Health Status, and Self-esteem in Korean Women with Breast Cancer. Page:41—48
14. Randomized Controlled Trial for Preventing Stomatitis and Discomfort among Acute Leukemic Patients. Page:33—40
15. Literature Review of Cognitive Developmental Interventions on Patients with Breast Cancer undergoing Chemotherapy. Page:26—32
16. Recent Advances in Cancer Cachexia. Page:20—25
17. Distress of the Patients with Ostomy. Page:9—19
18. Factors Associated with Central Venous Catheterization in Cancer Patients. Page:1—8
19. Structual Equation Modeling on Adjustment of Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy. Page:101—107
20. The Effects of Laughter Therapy on Stress Responses in Patients with Preoperative Breast Cancer. Page:93—100
21. Quality of Life in Colorectal Cancer Patients with Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy. Page:254—262
22. Measuring Fluid Balance in Patients with Cancers: Comparison between Cumulative Intake and Output Records and Body Weight Change. Page:247—253
23. The Relationships between Stigma, Distress, and Quality of Life in Patients with Lung Cancer. Page:237—246
24. Changes in Upper Extemity Sensation and the Quality of Life for Patients Following Mastectomy. Page:229—236
25. The Influencing Factors on Quality of Life among Breast Cancer Survivors. Page:221—228
26. Sexual Experiences of Women with Breast Cancer. Page:210—220
27. Communication Patterns in Korean Families during BRCA Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer. Page:200—209
28. Mothers' HPV-related Knowledge in an Area. Page:193—199
29. Female University Students' HPV-related Knowledge and Influencing Factors on HPV Vaccination. Page:186—192
30. Analysis of a Trend of Instrument Usage to Assess Cognitive Function of Breast Cancer Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy. Page:179—185
31. Knowledge about HPV, and the Attitudes Toward HPV Vaccination among Adult Women in Asian Countries: A Literature Review. Page:171—178