ONS Congress—Meeting the Need for Your Professional “You” Time

Kathleen Wiley, RN, MSN, AOCNS® A wise woman (OK, my mom) once gave me some wonderful advice. She said you should always be planning your next getaway. “Always know when you will get to spend time focusing on you next, doing things you enjoy,” she’d say. I would argue that her advice applies to the […]

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Aggressive and Violent Patients: The Scary Side of Oncology Nursing

Pamela Grubbs, MS, APRN-BC, CNS, AOCNS®, Congress Planning Team Member Picture it: You’re coming on for a 12-hour night shift and get a report that one of your patients had to be emergently medicated because of agitation and threats of violence. Do you feel your heart start to race? Maybe your palms get a little […]

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Growing Together, Transforming Care

Jen Krause, National Conference Director Every year, a group of ONS staff members get together to develop the annual Congress theme—something inspiring that captures what’s happening in oncology nursing while also tying together the look and feel of the conference. It’s not easy. Not every idea is a good idea, and it can take a […]

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Behind the Scenes With the ONS Planning Team

Trey Woods, Congress Planning Team Chair Have you ever thought about applying to be part of the ONS Congress Content Planning Team? Have you ever wondered what kind of planning and coordination was involved with putting together a conference the size of ONS Congress? Well, let me share a bit of insight as chair of […]

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Congress Track Sessions

Brenda Wolles, MS, RN, OCN®, CNL ONS Congress has five different session tracks to assist you in finding content that meets your needs. The content areas are designed to align with your area of practice and expertise in oncology nursing. All session tracks are available to Congress attendees, so you can mix and match sessions […]

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