Oncology Nursing Conferences

Enhance your skills, earn NCPD, and network with other oncology professionals at ONS conferences.

Oncology nursing is a field of constant change. Here are the ways you can keep up-to-date on the latest advances.


 

ONS Congress®

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ONS Congress is the largest, most comprehensive oncology nursing conference in the country, featuring extensive learning opportunities as well as time to relax and rejuvenate.  

Our signature conference offers the opportunity to give back to yourself and your practice through: 

  • A comprehensive schedule of educational sessions led by experts covering the latest topics in oncology nursing. 
  • Numerous peer-to-peer learning opportunities during which you will discover what other nurses are doing to improve patient care at their institutions. 
  • A robust Learning Hall where you can nurture professional connections with advocacy and industry professionals, as well as your peers. 
  • A variety of industry events at which you will gain cutting-edge information on new treatments, indications, and management strategies. 
  • A new and improved Zen Den where you can participate in a range of self-care activities and learn ways to improve your day-to-day well-being. 

Join us in San Antonio, TX from April 26–30, 2023, to refresh your mind and rejuvenate your passion for oncology.  

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ONS Bridge™ Virtual Conference

ONS Bridge

 

ONS Bridge is our premier virtual conference designed with you in mind, connecting you to oncology evidence-based education and resources, industry experts, and fellow nursing professionals—all from the convenience of your home or workplace! 

Occurring in September 2023, ONS Bridge will feature two days of top-notch educational sessions led by experts in the field, the ability to earn contact hours to put toward licensure or certification, opportunities to network and learn at industry events, a virtual exhibit hall, and select recorded sessions offered after the live event concludes. 

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