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Determine What You Will Learn at ONS Congress
Educational tracks help you personalize your ONS Congress schedule and find the content suited to your practice or level of expertise. All sessions are open to all attendees, so you can mix and match sessions from different tracks to create a one-of-a-kind conference that will help you advance oncology care. Click below to learn more about each track.
For Nurses Interested in Learning the Latest Treatment Modalities and Evidence-Based Care for Individuals With Cancer
Learn about the latest modalities and evidence-based care for individuals with cancer. You’ll leave ONS Congress with practical information to help you help your patients.
Designed for Nurse Leaders, Managers, and Educators to Gain New Ideas and Techniques to Implement in Their Work Setting
Looking for ways to orient and manage your staff? Or are you hoping to explore a new role in cancer care and further develop your leadership skills? Gain new ideas, techniques, and tools that you can immediately implement into your work setting.
For Advanced Practice Providers Looking for Elevated Content to Enhance Their Ability to Provide and Coordinate Optimal Cancer Care for Their Patients and Families
Looking for more advanced content suitable to your role as an advanced practice nurse? This track will provide elevated content to enhance your ability to provide and coordinate optimal cancer care for patients and their families.
For Doctorally-Prepared Nurses, Those Considering a Science-Based Nursing Career, and Nurses Interested in Understanding How the Evidence Behind Nurse Care is Created
Join discussions about current research findings and issues surrounding funding nursing studies. You’ll also explore issues such as bridging the nurse scientist role and data science research.
For Nurses Working Directly in Radiation and Nurses Caring for Patients Who Have Received or Will Receive Radiation Treatment
Come and find out about new trends and technology in radiation therapy and gain new information on managing the symptoms associated with this common treatment. All nurses, from novice to expert, are sure to benefit from this track.