The Oncology Nursing Society's Annual Conference
4,000 oncology nursing professionals are heading to DC for the most comprehensive
oncology nursing conference in the country!
Make sure to check out the Attendee Information page to stay up to date with all of the information you need
before you arrive and while you're in DC to make the most of your conference.
You now have access to the more than 500 ePosters that will be presented on site. Get a head start on your CNE and pick out the posters you'd like to hear presented on site!Access ePosters
When you arrive in DC, you can register for the conference and receive your name badge and conference bag at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in the L Street Bridge. You'll also be able to register at our auxiliary registration located at the Marriott Marquis.
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At Congress, you'll find content that meets your learning needs, no matter your experience level or position.
View the Congress schedule by track and start planning your conference sessions.
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The ONS Learning Hall serves as the core of your Congress experience.
With dedicated time to explore the learning hall, you’ll have the opportunity to network and share best practice with other attendees, Congress exhibitors from industry and advocacy partners, and ONS leaders.
Spend time meeting with exhibitors to hear about the latest technologies, discover new therapies, and learn about recent patient advocacy initiatives.
By Barbara Lubejko, ONS Clinical Nurse Specialist Did you know that ONS has nurses on staff who provide clinical support to members and projects? The Oncology Clinical Specialists (OCS) are responsible for researching and answering…Read more
Are you arriving in DC on Wednesday? Haven't made your travel plans yet? Jump start your Congress experience and earn an additional four CNE contact hours with preconference sessions. What are preconference sessions? Preconference sessions,…Read more
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