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.
The ONS Booth is your information hub at Congress. It features presentations from leaders in cancer research and clinical care, simulation clinics, and a best practice exchange where you can share your ideas and insights with ONS leaders. To top it all off, you can enter our daily raffle to win prizes every day in the Learning Hall.
Most importantly, the ONS booth serves as a place for you to connect with ONS and all it has to offer!
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At the ONS 43rd Annual Congress, take a moment to further your career in the ONS Career Fair Pavilion, sponsored by City of Hope. Whether you are currently seeking a new job or just looking for ways to develop your professional skills, this must-visit space will help you determine how to get on the path to success.
Even more, create a profile and upload your resume in the ONS Career Center, and add a flag that you’re attending Congress. Potential employers may contact you to arrange an interview in DC! Whether you’re new to oncology or hoping to take that next step in your professional life, the Career Fair Pavilion is there to help you make a lasting impact on your nursing career.
Stop by the Attendee Networking Area, sponsored by Astellas, and contribute to the knowledge shared at Congress. Share what worked in your practice or where you’re hoping to implement change. Connect with 4,000 other nurses and hear what other institutions are doing to make a difference in not only the lives of their patients, but the quality of life for their staff.
Meet with speakers from popular sessions to continue the conversation in an informal, intimate setting. Ask questions and learn more from the leading experts in oncology nursing.
New this year, join ONS staff nurses to discuss the issues you face when treating your patients.
Make sure you join us for networking roundtable discussions. Small groups of attendees will have the opportunity to discuss topics like challenges in research or patient-reported outcomes, as well as meet with leaders from NIH, NCI, and ONS to discuss future research opportunities.
Discover new treatments, symptom management approaches, and more with our industry and advocacy partners. Stop by their booths to learn more about the latest treatment and symptom management options available to your patients!
With more than 40 presentations and networking activities, the learning hall provides you with the latest information in cancer care, at ONS, and in oncology nursing profession.