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Earn Nursing Continuing Professional Development Contact Hours at Congress

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 […]

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How to Use 2020 ONS Congress to Fulfill Your ILNA Needs

Danielle Roman, ONCC Marketing Coordinator 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 in […]

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What’s New at Oncology Nursing Society’s 45th Annual Congress?

Danya Garner, MSN, RN-BC, OCN®, CCRN, Congress Planning Team Chair Congress is an exciting and bustling time of the year. As a previous attendee of many Congresses, I have always enjoyed power in the variety of content offered and the many activities to keep me engaged and, most importantly, inspired by passion and purpose. How […]

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A Conference Planned By Nurses, For Nurses

Danya Garner, MSN, RN-BC, OCN®, CCRN, Congress Planning Team Member It’s time to start planning your Congress education activities! The ONS Congress Content Planning Team has been hard at work planning sessions that will be both impactful and professionally fulfilling. The online schedule is available and organized to include Sessions by Day, Sessions by Track, […]

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All Oncology Nurses, Especially Those New to Oncology, Should Attend Congress

By Anne Ireland, MSN, RN, AOCN®, CENP Sometimes I hear nursing colleagues of my generation say that younger nurses are not engaged in their work environments, are not driven to develop new skills, and are not interested in giving to their professional organizations. These conversations make me personally sad and professionally afraid for the future […]

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