Recognize It; Report It

Start the Conversation on Adverse Reactions to Treatments

In conjuction with the FDA's MedWatch program, ONS's new Recognize It; Report It campaign encourages oncology nurses to recognize adverse events and communicate these events with the healthcare team. If appropriate, they are encouraged to further report adverse events to the FDA.

ONS Opposes DoJ Decision

ONS Opposes DoJ Decision Not to Uphold Constitutionality of ACA

Oncology nurses are on the front lines caring for patients, and we advocate for their access to quality affordable cancer care. For that reason, ONS recently issued a statement opposing the Department of Justice (DoJ) decision that could deny health care for patients with pre-existing health conditions.

Updates in Oncology Nursing

Register for ONS Congress Workshop

Join your nursing colleagues for a full day of learning and networking at our one-day workshop, Updates in Oncology Nursing: Highlights From the ONS 43rd Annual Congress, in Portland, OR, on September 28 and in Tampa, FL, on October 26. Attendees can also walk away with up to 6.5 CNE contact hours.

Innovations in Metastatic Breast Cancer: Therapies, Strategies, and Practices,

Get Free Resources for Treating Patients With Metastatic Breast Cancer

Learn about FDA-approved therapies for metastatic breast cancer with a new, free toolkit from ONS, and better support your patients for an enhanced quality of life. The creation of these resources is supported by an educational grant through Pfizer.

Get Easy-To-Use Oral Chemo Education Materials

Empower your patients to take a more active role in their cancer treatment with free oral chemo patient education sheets, developed by National Community Oncology Dispensing Association, Inc., Association of Community Cancer Centers, Hematology Oncology Pharmacy Association, and ONS.

Improve Patient Outcomes With ONS Standards of Care

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.

Get the Immunotherapy Resources You Need

Chances are you have treated patients receiving immunotherapy, but how well do you understand these treatments? Use ONS resources to bridge your knowledge gap and effectively care for your patients.

Manage Pain With Evidence-Based Strategies

Patients with cancer commonly experience pain from diagnosis through survivorship. Use the CJON pain supplement and ONS-recommended pain assessment tools to improve your care and enhance patients' quality of life. Additionally, read about ONS's stance on cancer pain management and ONS quality measures

Learn More About the Nurse Navigator Role

In the June issue of CJON, a new article identifies the 52 core competencies of the nurse navigator role. Review these competencies to learn the fundamental and advanced knowledge, skills, and expertise needed by nurse navigators.