Oncology nurse navigators must be on top of their game and able to think “outside of the box.” Learn how your peers initiated navigation programs in institutions around the country in the new ONS book, Oncology Nurse Navigation Case Studies.
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Get the fundamental knowledge, skills, and expertise you need to perform your job efficiently with the new ONS Oncology Nurse Navigator (ONN) Core Competencies, including sections on financial hardship and patient resources, leadership, and more.
New to oncology? Turn to ONS to provide your orientation. The Oncology Nurse Orientation Bundle includes three courses designed to take you from cancer basics to earning your ONS Provider Card in just six months.
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.
Symptom burden and poor adherence to oral anticancer agents remain significant clinical problems. This article in April's CJON describes a nurse practitioner intervention that was developed to promote symptom management and adherence among patients on oral agents.