By: Margaret Grue, MSN, RN-BC, CRNI, OCN®

Tired of sitting, listening and learning? How about a change of pace? Get up and move around, all while learning and networking with other attendees. Take some time to engage in peer-to-peer learning and stay up-to-date with how other institutions are solving problems and changing their practice.  We promise you will walk away with some great ideas and new friends and contacts.

This year at the 42nd ONS Congress in Denver, for the first time in ONS history, all poster presentations will be electronic, meaning you can access any poster from any mobile device, tablet, or computer!

There will be more than 500 ePosters showcased for all attendees to review, covering a wide variety of content for each of the educational tracks and then some. Posters and their authors will cover clinical practice issues for nurses working in acute care or ambulatory settings; advanced practice topics for advanced practice nurses; leadership/management/education topics for current or future nurse leaders, administrators, managers, and educators; and research highlighting the latest outcomes in oncology.

All 500+ ePosters will be available for viewing prior to your arrival to Denver. So take some time to identify your top picks and plan to attend the live presentations and speak directly with the authors.

Poster authors will be presenting their work during the follow hours:

5:30–6:30 pm • Thursday, May 4

7–8 am & 5:30–6:30 pm • Friday, May 5 

7–8 am • Saturday, May 6

Don’t worry if you missed the live presentations, you can view all 500+ ePosters on any available monitor on site or on your mobile device, tablet, or computer. And you’ll still be able to view the posters once you go home.

And don’t forget! For every 20 ePosters reviewed independently, you’ll receive 1.0 CNE contact hour, but you must submit your evaluation before the deadline, Thursday, May 25, to receive your CNE.

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  • Nancy Corbitt

    So excited to present our Vincristine conversion to minibag at the poster sessions!

  • Nancy Corbitt

    Very excited to present our Vincristine minibag conversion poster at ONS Congress