Vision: To support the mission of the Oncology Nursing Society to promote excellence in oncology nursing and quality cancer care through the integration of research and evidence-based practice.
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Research Agenda and Priorities
ONS Research Agenda
The ONS Research Agenda focuses on gaps in the knowledge base for oncology nursing practice. The ONS Research Agenda builds on the results of the 2008 ONS Research Priorities Survey (see below), the review and evaluation of the previous ONS Research Agendas, and a multi-method stakeholders' consensus-building process and state of the science in each content area.
ONS Research Priorities
The purpose of the 2008 ONS Research Priorities Survey was to gather information about the most important issues related to the health and health care of individuals affected by cancer that can be addressed by oncology nursing research.
The 2008 Research Priorities Survey report by Doorenbos et al. is published in the Oncology Nursing Forum, November 2008. Read the full text of the article.
The 2008 Research Priorities Survey included items about the awareness of the ONS PEP Resources and the need for research on the adoption of the resources. This information by Doorenbos et al. is published in the Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, December 2008. Read the full text of the article.