Laura A. Johnson, MSN, APN, AGCNS-BC, BMTCN®, Congress Content Planning Team Member
Did you know you can earn up to 30 nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) contact hours at Congress? There are many opportunities to earn credits throughout the five-day conference. Attend one of the eight popular power sessions, which discuss dynamic topics geared toward all nurses. For more focused education, Congress offers more than 50 concurrent sessions spanning five tracks: clinical practice, leadership/management/education, advanced practice, research, and radiation. Early mornings and evenings at Congress offer poster sessions where you can review clinical practice projects and research conducted by peers from across the country and internationally. Lastly, there are a variety of industry-sponsored symposia that offer contact hours; however, registration for those events are separate from Congress, and they have their own process for obtaining credit.
To obtain your NCPD credits, you’ll need to complete an online evaluation. An email with the evaluation link will be sent to all Congress attendees after the conclusion of the conference. Evaluations are due by May 21, 2020.
No matter your role or subspecialty within oncology, you will be sure to find a variety of topics to satisfy your learning interests and obtain credits necessary for certification and license renewal.
Join 4,000 of your colleagues at the most comprehensive conference for oncology nursing in the country. Register by March 12 to save with early-bird pricing.