Applications are now open for the 2017 ONS Capitol Hill Days, September 6–7, in Washington, DC. With only 100 slots available, one representative per chapter is urged to apply. Talk to your chapter leaders about this opportunity, and apply by July 17.
Address critical issues in providing value-based, person-centered care with the webinar, Matching Treatments to Values: Sharpening Person-Centered Communication Skills and Strategies, airing Monday, June 19, at 3 pm EST. Register now.
You give every day; make sure you’re getting more of what you need to make a difference in the lives of those in your care. The just-released interactive Windows of Opportunity booklet makes it easy to explore the latest offerings designed to meet your needs.
From peer-reviewed articles and courses to book chapters and research resources, ONS’s reprinting service will help you to advance clinical practice and improve patient outcomes in your institution.
Providing the latest evidence-based information and guidelines, ONS standards of care ensure the best possible outcomes at the highest levels of cancer care. Apply these industry-leading standards to your daily work, and encourage colleagues to do the same.
With an increased emphasis on patient and family engagement, it is important to use patient-reported outcomes (PROs) to achieve high-quality care. Use ONS-recommended PRO tools to assess symptoms in your clinical practice.
This Oncology Nursing Forum study evaluated the experiences and needs of lesbian, gay, or bisexual (LGB) survivors of colorectal cancer, which is an understudied population. Participants described social support and isolation as well as the economic impacts of their diagnoses.