Here are some helpful tips:
Template Letters and Other Sample Documents
You can also get involved through these activities:
ONStat, ONS’s grassroots response network, which keeps you up-to-date on ONS’s activities in Washington, DC.
The Oncology Nursing Society "Capitol Gang" is a group of ONS members who reside in the greater Washington, DC metropolitan area who volunteer their time and expertise to help support ONS's health policy and advocacy efforts in the nation's capital and serve as a local resource for ONS's health policy associates. Learn more.
Whether you are new to health policy advocacy or would like learn ways to get involved beyond the basics, ONS has a free webcourse for you!
Advocacy 101: Making a Difference - This self-paced online course provides the basics of the legislative process, health policy advocacy and ways you can have an impact.
Advocacy 201: Taking it to the Next Level
– This webcourse helps you develop skills needed to strengthen relationships with elected officials, impact laws and regulations before implementation, track the legislative progress, and grow as a health policy leader.