ONS Learning Hall


Explore the Learning Hall

The ONS Learning Hall serves as the core of your Congress experience. Learn about new products and treatments from our industry partners, hear helpful presentations from ONS staff and oncology nursing experts, and exchange ideas and best practices with fellow oncology nurses.

Discover the different areas of the learning hall below. There’s something for every nurse. Whether you want to advance in your career, take time to care of yourself, or improve patient care practices, you won’t want to miss making a visit to the hall.

Learning Hall Hours
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
11 am-3 pm


ONS Booth (Booth #733)

Visit us at the ONS Booth to learn more about ONS resources can benefit you and your patients. Listen in on presentations on popular clinical topics presented by ONS nurses, grab some fun giveaways, and have your membership and clinical questions answered by ONS staff.

ONS Store (Booth #745)

See people walking around with ONS-branded products? Stop by the ONS Store to stock up and show off your membership. As an added bonus, you can purchase ONS publications at 15% off the member price in the ONS Store.


Attendee Networking Area

The Attendee Networking Area is the place where passion takes center stage. Use this area to continue a great conversation, take a moment for yourself, and take part in roundtable discussions. New this year, share your experiences members of the ONS Board of Directors in Conversation Cafe sessions.

Career Fair Pavilion

Looking to take the next step in your career? Meet with recruiters to learn about job opportunities and attend professional development presentations to hone your skills. You’ll learn about helpful topics like resume writing, publishing your work, and different career path options for nurses.


Wellness Pavilion

You’re always taking care of others, but at Congress, it’s your turn to take care of yourself. Relax and enjoy a complimentary makeover, cuddle with a puppy, or express your artistic side.

Theatre Presentations

Theater presentations are a great way to continue learning outside of session time. Attend these industry-sponsored presentations for updates on the latest treatment and symptom management options available for your patients.


Exhibits

Don’t miss this chance to meet with hundreds of experts in the cancer treatments that you administer daily. Congress exhibitors are there to introduce you to exciting new therapies, promote patient advocacy initiatives, and most importantly, to get your perspective as an oncology nurse.