What Is an Abstract?
An abstract is a summary of a project or research that identifies its objective, methodology, findings, conclusions, and intended results. Once all abstracts are submitted, they are scored by oncology nursing experts, and those that meet the appropriate criteria are presented at ONS Congress as either an oral abstract or a poster presentation.
Thank you to everyone who answered the call for late-breaking abstracts by submitting projects in the following categories: clinical practice, advanced practice, leadership/management/education, research, quality improvement, industry-supported, and international. We are excited to see your work!
What’s New for 2021?
COVID-19 has changed not only cancer care, but also health care overall. To showcase how you and your colleagues stepped up to the challenges of a pandemic, we’ve added a COVID-19 abstract subcategory. Share your stories of success during these unprecedented times.
To extend the reach of ONS Congress and give you the opportunity to share your knowledge with even more oncology nurses, all those whose abstract is accepted will submit a video presentation, along with their e-Poster and oral presentation slides. Instructions will be provided when you’re notified of your abstract’s acceptance.
Frequently Asked Questions
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