What I Gained at Congress

John Hollman, BSN, RN, OCN® The 2018 Congress event in Washington, D.C., was my first opportunity to attend this amazing gathering of thousands of fellow oncology nurses. As a seasoned radiation oncology nurse, I was so excited to be in attendance during the first year that we had a dedicated radiation oncology track. After registering, […]

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Networking and More Networking!

Nicole Lininger, Senior Marketing Manager That’s right, you read the headline correctly. If there is one thing you can do at Congress 2019, it’s network! In addition to the top-notch educational sessions, CNE opportunities, and a bustling learning hall floor, making relationships that last a lifetime is just another bonus to attending Congress in April. Attending […]

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Fulfill Your Learning Plan at Congress

Danielle Roman, Marketing Coordinator at ONCC Do you have a certification learning plan just waiting to be filled? The sessions you attend at Congress can help, whether you’re just starting to earn points or you’re almost ready to submit your plan for certification renewal. Where to begin? Start with your learning plan—the list of subjects […]

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Navigating the ONS 44th Annual Congress Schedule

Danya Garner, MSN, RN-BC, OCN®, CCRN, Congress Planning Team Member We are excited to open the doors soon for 3,700 oncology nurses to embark on a journey of enhancing practice and transforming oncology care during the ONS 44th Annual Congress from April 11–14 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. The conference will be […]

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Self-Care and Wellness at Congress

Linda M. Worrall, RN, MSN  I am writing this from my car on a beautiful, sunny January day in Pittsburgh. Yes, it’s true, the sun is out, and I am looking at a blue sky. Finally, a break from the rain and clouds that have been around far too much this winter. The sun coming […]

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ONS Congress—Creating and Transforming Your Leadership Path

Ashley Leak Bryant PhD, RN-BC, OCN Chair, ONS Leadership Development Committee Are you ready to create a professional development plan while at the 44th Annual ONS Congress? What about brushing up on your networking skills? The ONS Leadership Development Committee would like to support you as you enhance and strengthen your leadership skills. At Congress, […]

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Submit a Late-Breaking Abstract Today!

Teresa Thomas PhD, RN Did you miss the ONS Congress abstract deadline in September because you were still finishing your data collection or analysis? You have another opportunity to submit an abstract based on your recent work! The late-breaking abstracts allow researchers and clinicians who could not submit completed research during the general abstract submission […]

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Visit the Career Pavilion at the ONS 44th Annual Congress

Patrick Flynn, Group Relations Manager Looking to advance yourself and career? Visit the Career Fair Pavilion at the ONS 44th Annual Congress in Anaheim, CA, to access the right resources to plan your next steps. The Career Fair Pavilion assembles recruiters from some of the top institutions and offers a variety of professional development workshops, […]

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Session Sneak Peek– Compassionate Care and Resiliency

Colleen McCracken BSN, RN, CMSRN, CHPN, OCN®, Congress Planning Team Member Moral distress is a well-known concern in oncology nursing.  Oncology nurses are at high risk for this. It can lead to compassion fatigue, burnout, and even interfere with their overall well-being. It’s a significant problem in nursing that can impact quality of care, increase […]

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