2018 CBCN Keywords

Coordination of Care
Issues Related to Special Populations (e.g., male, elderly, disabled, adolescent, pregnancy, cultural, ethnicity)
Healthcare Disparities
Breast Health
Breast Anatomy
Hormonal Influence
Benign Pathology
Anomalies
Asymmetric Breasts
Nipple Deviation
Mastodynia
Fibroadenomas
Infection
Screening and Early Detection
Imaging Modalities
Imaging Results
Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS)
Screening Recommendations Based on Risk
Health Promotion
Clinical Breast Exam
Lymph Node Examination
Abnormal Physical Findings
Breast Awareness Education
Risk Assessment
Epidemiology
Population-based Risk Factors
Breast Cancer Risk Prediction Models
Gail Model
Tyrer-Cuzick Model
High-risk Lesions
Lobular Carcinoma in Situ (LCIS)
Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia (ADH)
Genetic Testing
Non-modifiable Risk Factors (e.g., age, gender, prior radiation)
Modifiable Risk Factors (e.g., lifestyle behaviors)
Risk Reduction
Interventions to Modify Risk
Chemoprevention
Prophylactic Surgery
Clinical Trials
Navigation
Advocacy
Barriers to Care
Financial Issues
Cognitive Barriers
Language Barriers
Transportation Issues
Multidisciplinary Collaboration
Collaborative Survivorship Care Plan
Survivorship
Psychosocial
Treatment
Effects of Disease and Treatment
Familial Risk Assessment
Familial Implications for Genetic Counseling
Rehabilitation
Pain
Range of Motion
Lymphedema
Cognitive Impairment
Physical Issues
Bone Health
Bone Fracture
Bone Density
Bone Modulating Agents
Breast/Chest Wall Changes
Cosmesis
Skin Changes
Scarring
Reconstruction Complications
Symptom Management
Cardiopulmonary Toxicity
Fatigue
Lymphedema
Peripheral Neuropathy
Brachial Neuropathy
Chest wall Neuropathy
Breast Neuropathy
Range of Motion Limitations
Secondary Malignancy
Sexual and Reproductive Issues
Infertility
Menopausal Symptoms
Weight Gain
Disease Recurrence Surveillance
New Primary Malignancy Surveillance
Secondary Malignancy Surveillance
Breast Cancer Screening
Local Recurrence
New Primary Cancer
Symptom-directed Work-up
Physical Examinations
Risk Modification
Patient Education
Adherence to Health Care Recommendations
Individualized Breast Health Plan of Care
Quality of Life Promotion
Healthy Life Style Promotion
Patient Education
Caregiver Education

Diagnosis and Staging
Process of Carcinogenesis
Diagnostic Procedures
Diagnostic Tests
Clinical Trials
Imaging Modalities
Imaging Results
Biopsies
Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA)
Core Biopsy
Surgical Biopsy
Pathology
Tumor Characteristics
Cellular Grade
Cellular Histology
ER/PR Receptor
HER2 Receptor
Ki-67 (MIB or MIB-1) Receptor
Gene Assay
Oncotype DX
Tumor Features
Tumor Margins
Lymphovascular Invasion (LVI)
Staging Criteria (AJCC)
Clinical Staging (e.g., tumor, node, metastasis (TNM)
Pathologic Staging (e.g., pTNM)
Positron-emission Tomography (PET)
Bone Scan
Computed Tomography (CT) Scan
Patient Education
Caregiver Education

Treatment Modalities (local and systemic)
Surgery
Clinical Trials
Patient Health History
Reproductive Status
Fertility Concerns
Treatment Considerations
Performance Status
Comorbidities
Breast Surgery
Breast Conservation Surgery
Tumor Localization
Mastectomy
Axilla Surgery
Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy
Axillary Lymph Node Dissection
Surgical Reconstruction
Autologous
Implants
Radiation Therapy
Range of Motion
Wound Healing
Comorbidities
Extent of Disease
External Beam
Brachytherapy
Partial Breast Irradiation
Systemic Treatment Modalities
Hormonal Treatment
Chemotherapy Treatment
Targeted Therapy
Treatment Considerations
Cardiac Status
Vascular Access
Bone Health
Fertility
Comorbidities
Neoadjuvant Treatment
Adjuvant Treatment
Metastatic Disease
Triple Negative Breast Cancer
HER2
Inflammatory Breast Cancer
Paget’s Disease
Malignant Phyllodes
Treatment Consideration for Special Populations
Fertility Preservation
Cultural Considerations
Ethnicity
Healthcare Disparities
Genetic Mutations
Risks of Potential Complications
Barriers to Care
Patient Education
Caregiver Education
Patient Referrals
Multidisciplinary Treatment Plan
Outcome Evaluation

Palliative Care
End-of-Life (EOL)
EOL Care Pathophysiology
EOL Care Symptom Management
EOL Family and Caregiver Support
EOL Care Cultural Variations
EOL Care Education
Surgical
Symptom Management
Wound Complications
Arm and Shoulder Dysfunction
Cording
Lymphedema
Pain
Neurosensory Changes
Medical
Alopecia
Fatigue
Gastrointestinal Complications
Myelosuppression
Menopausal Symptoms
Cardiovascular Complications
Peripheral Neuropathy
Cognitive Dysfunction
Skin and Nail Changes
Pulmonary Complications
Musculoskeletal Issues
Pain
Psychosocial Components
Psychiatric Concerns
Anxiety
Depression
Sleep Disturbances
Skin Changes
Fatigue
Range of Motion
Cardiopulmonary Issues
Lymphedema
Infection
Complementary and Integrative Modalities
Exercise
Nutrition
Pharmacologic Interventions
Non-pharmacologic Interventions
Treatment
Other Treatment Modalities (e.g., herbs)
Acupuncture
Massage
Oncologic Emergencies
Thromboembolic Events
Anaphylaxis
Sepsis
Treatment-specific Toxicities
Patient Referrals
Advanced Care Planning
Goals of Care
Coordination of Care
Navigation
Patient Advocacy
Caregiver Advocacy
Coping Process of Patient and Caregiver
Barriers to Adherence
Facilitate Resolution of Barriers
Culturally Sensitive Care
Spiritually Sensitive Care
Socially Sensitive Care
Communication for Underserved Population
Services for Underserved Population
Breast Cancer Support Groups
Education Gaps in Breast Health
Educational Resource Development
Patient and Caregiver Education
Healthcare Professional Education
Community Education
Quality Improvement
Process Outcome
Practice Regulations
Organizational Policy
Patient Centered Care
Professional Development Activities
Ethical Principles
Specialized Breast Care Nursing
Research
Professional Committee Involvement
Accreditation
Magnet
Tumor Board
Legal Issues
Ethical Issues
Advance Directives
Medical Power of Attorney
Do-not-resuscitate Order (DNR)
Philosophy of Hospice Care
Spirituality
Grief
Bereavement
Professional Practice
Professional Practice Guidelines
Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Guidelines
National Comprehensive Cancer Network Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines®)
American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
American College of Radiology
Teaching and Learning Principles
Adult Learning Principles
Community Needs Assessment
Program Planning
Survivorship
Health Promotion
ONS Standards of Education: Patient/Significant Other and Public
Advocacy
Documentation
Legislative Issues
Patient Resources
Local, State, and Federal Resources
Institutional Resources
Internet Resources
Clinical Trials
Informed Consent
Quality Improvement Process
Evidence-based Practice
Regulatory Requirements
Mammography Standards
Compliance Issues
Accreditation Standards
National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers

Psychosocial
Spirituality
Culture
Gender
Sexual Preference
Age
Healthcare Disparities
Altered Body Image
Reproductive and Sexual Health
Emotional State
Symptom Management
Anxiety
Depression
Fear of Recurrence
Family Conflict
Survivorship
Survivorship Guilt
Socioeconomic Considerations
Treatment
Patient Coping Strategies
Healthcare Provider Coping Strategies
Stress Response Principles
Crisis Management Principles
Psychosocial Distress
Cultural and Spiritual Distress
Psychosocial Assessment
Spiritual Assessment
Sexual Assessment
Distress Assessment
Coping Assessment
Family Function Assessment
Relationship Role Change Assessment
Patient and Caregiver Coping Skills Facilitation
Psychosocial Support
Counseling Support
Response to Interventions
Quality of Life Assessment
Communication Strategies
Family Dynamics
Referrals


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