Brenda Wolles, MS, RN, OCN®, CNL

ONS Congress has five different session tracks to assist you in finding content that meets your needs. The content areas are designed to align with your area of practice and expertise in oncology nursing. All session tracks are available to Congress attendees, so you can mix and match sessions to meet your personal needs.

Here is a quick summary of what you’ll find in each session track.

Clinical Practice–The clinical practice track is created for nurses in clinical practice. Sessions provide focused information on hot topics in clinical care, including treatment-based topics and evidence-based care of patients. Congress attendees will receive information they can take back and apply to their own practice at the bed- or chairside, as well as with their peers.

Leadership, Management, Education–The leadership, management, education track is created for nurse leaders, managers, and educators seeking for innovative strategies on orientation, leadership, and staff education. Content is designed to deliver strategies in management and education with positive staff impact. Nurses with interest in career development in management or education may find this track appealing.

Advanced Practice–The advanced practice track is constructed for advanced practice nurses in oncology. The session content is designed for mid-level practitioners providing cancer care.

Research–The research track is for nurses or nurse researchers interested in gaining knowledge on research in cancer practice. Content on current research, implementation science, and data management is delivered by doctorally prepared nurses.

Radiation–The radiation track is designed for nurses practicing in radiation. Content on radiation therapies and advancements in technology and patient care will provide nurses in radiation with practical information they can use in practice.

No matter what your educational needs are, you’ll find information that will help you to grow as a nurse and transform cancer care at the ONS 44th Annual Congress.


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