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Share Your Expertise and Work by Submitting an Abstract for ONS Congress

Nonniekaye Shelburn, MS, CRNP, AOCNContent Planning Team Member You’ve asked the question of why we practice the way we do, why that policy exists, and what the evidence says. You’ve most likely even helped change the way we practice oncology nursing. Yet when we hear that it’s time to submit abstracts for the 46th Annual […]

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What’s New in Oncology Nursing Research?

By Linda H. Eaton, PhD, RN, AOCN® The late-breaking research presentations are one of the highlights for me at ONS Congress, keeping me up to date on recent oncology nursing discoveries. Last year at Congress, I increased my knowledge about genetics and cancer, decision making for women who are BRCA positive, and social well being and cytokine gene variation […]

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BIG Changes for 2016: ONS Career Fair

By Patrick Flynn, ONS Manager of Member Engagement “To advance excellence in oncology nursing and quality cancer care.” You should recognize that phrase as the mission of ONS. On a daily basis, we strive to provide you with opportunities to advance your professional development, leading to that “excellence in oncology nursing.” With that said, we […]

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Advocacy Is for Every Oncology Nurse

By Alec Stone, MA, MPA, ONS Director of Health Policy “I’m just a nurse, no one is going to listen to me.” I hear this from ONS members all the time, and it’s simply not true. Nurse are advocates by profession and personality. How many times have you intervened on behalf of a patient with […]

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