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Share Your Extraordinary Work at ONS Congress®—Submit an Abstract

August 09, 2023
Taylor Karnash, Marketing Specialist
Submit an Abstract


Your dedication to your profession and unyielding support for people with cancer is inspiring, and your hard work and knowledge deserve to be recognized. At ONS Congress, you can spark meaningful conversations that improve cancer outcomes for years to come. Don’t miss your chance to extend your reach and maximize the impact of the projects and research you've conducted this past year.  

We encourage you to submit your work within the category that you feel best fits with your project’s subject matter. Abstracts may be submitted in any of the following categories: 

  • Advanced Practice 
  • Clinical Practice 
  • Leadership—New this year! 
  • Management and Staff Education 
  • Radiation 
  • Research 
  • Quality Improvement 
  • Industry-Supported (Non-nursing continuing professional development [NCPD])  

If you’re new to the abstract submission process, we’ve got your back! We provide complete details about the process, including frequently asked questions and guidelines. Additionally, the ONS Mentorship Program for Abstract Writers pairs first-time abstract writers with experienced mentors to guide them through the process.  

You can also check out this quick video featuring Lenise Taylor, MN, RN, AOCNS®, BMTCN®, ONS National Conferences Oncology Nurse Planner, as she details the top five tips for submitting your abstract: 



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Abstracts will be accepted from August –September 28, 2023. If your project will not conclude by the end of the year, you’ll have the opportunity to submit a research or industry-supported (non-NCPD) abstract between December 11, 2023–January 11, 2024. 

Abstracts presented at ONS Congress represent the foundation of the extraordinary work being conducted by oncology nurses. Blaze the trail for the next generation of oncology nurses and submit your work for presentation at the 49th Annual ONS Congress

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