What is Congress?
of learning, networking, and celebration.
coming together to enhance patient care.
covering the latest developments in oncology nursing.
sharing new products and services to help your patients.
Check out last year’s recap to see what’s in store.
New! Session Tracks
Congress 2016 features four tracks to help you determine which sessions are most relevant to your practice.
No matter your experience level or subspecialty, you’ll find sessions at Congress that meet your learning needs. You can choose to follow one track or move between tracks to create your own personalized conference experience.
Enjoy Early-Bird Pricing Through March 7, 2016
Regular or New Members:$580
Student, retired, or physically challenged members: $290
Regular or New Members:$210
Students, retired, or physically challenged members:$105
Regular or New Members:$105
Student, retired, or physically challenged members: $55
The fine print: Only full-time students working toward an RN are eligible for the student registration rate. Retired RNs must be at least 65 years old. Those members who qualify for active membership and receive long-term disability can register at the physically challenged RN rate. Customers who register at the discounted rates who are ineligible will be invoiced the difference.
Exhibit and Sponsor
Want to get your brand in front of 3,200 nurses who influence cancer care in all practice settings?
Explore the Exhibit, Sponsorship, and Events Prospectus to see how you can get involved at the ONS 41st Annual Congress.
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