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comfort by ensuring that the spiritual, psychological, and physical needs of the convalescents were met. As well, the 15-hour session formed the basis on which I was able to enhance my decision-making skills as pertains to patient care. For instance, through the directions of the mentor, I was able to comprehend on when to use radiotherapy and chemotherapy among these breast cancer patients. The other ten hours were spent in the provision of patient instruction to breast cancer convalescents ’and their families on self-management. Through this session, I noted that invalid instruction is efficient in abating breast cancer pain (Lynn et al., 2016). In realizing the maximum results, I found out that convalescent education ought to be combined with other tactics for developing individualized care, establishing evidence-based care, as well asovercoming the hindrances within the niches of the provider, patient, and health framework.