At ONS Congress®, you can discover dynamic sessions and events covering hot topics in cancer care that will ignite extraordinary change in your practice and blaze a trail for your own professional development.
Earn approximately 25 nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) contact hours and Individual Learning Needs Assessment (ILNA) points to meet your licensure and certification needs.
Find the sessions that meet your learning needs by viewing the full conference schedule below or download a printable schedule.
Education tracks enable you to find the content best suited to your practice or level of expertise. All sessions are open to all attendees, so you can curate your own practice-changing experience.
Explore the latest therapies and evidence-based care for individuals with cancer.
Enhance your ability to provide and coordinate optimal cancer care for patients and their families. Sessions are directed to the advanced practice nurse providing care for patients with cancer.
Learn about ways to train, educate, and manage your staff, and discover methods to enhance your staff’s and your own professional development.
Join discussions about current research findings, the nurse scientist role, data science research, and issues surrounding funded nursing studies.
Learn about the newest trends and technology in radiation therapy, as well as the latest in managing symptoms associated with this common treatment.
All sessions are at the intermediate or advanced level.
ONS Congress learning doesn’t have to end after the live event. Your registration includes access to select educational sessions to view on your own time after the conference ends. The recorded sessions library is accessible from May 21–June 17, 2024.
You can earn approximately 25 NCPD contact hours for the in-person ONS Congress. To earn your contact hours, you must submit an evaluation by 11:59 pm ET on May 16, 2024.
Accreditation as an American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission provider refers only to its nursing continuing professional development activities and does not imply ANCC Commission on Accreditation endorsement of any commercial products. ONS is accredited as a provider of continuing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #2850. The contact hours earned from this educational opportunity may qualify for initial oncology nursing certification and renewal via ILNA.
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