Oncology Nursing Conferences

Enhance your skills, earn CNE, and network with other oncology professionals at ONS conferences.

Oncology nursing is a field of constant change. Here are the ways you can keep up-to-date on the newest advances.

  • ONS Congress

    April 11–14, 2019 ● Anaheim, CA

    Join more than 3,700 of your nursing peers for four days of learning, networking, and advancing the oncology nursing profession.

    Learn how to transform your professional skills in a variety of sessions including evidence-based radiation side effect management, oncology care transitions, and end-of-life communications. View last 2018's archived sessions to see what you missed.

    Attending Congress will provide you with the opportunity to gain knowledge in new treatments and cancer care at your patient’s chair and bedside. Cultivate change in your practice and garner the information you need by exploring Congress’s five educational tracks. 


    Complete your Congress 2019 program evaluation by 11:59 pm EST, May 1, 2019


    Visit the Congress website to learn more and register
  • Oncology Nurse Advisor Navigator Summit

    June 13 - 15, 2019 ● Philadelphia, PA

    Meet and develop lasting relationships with fellow nurse navigators from across the country and earn CNE credits in the process. 
    Discover the latest technologies and treatments in sessions, with daily keynotes delivered by acclaimed experts. 
    The ONA Navigation Summit is a can’t miss opportunity for experienced and brand new nurse navigators alike.
    Visit the Oncology Nurse Advisor Navigator Summit site for more information and to register! 

  • ONS Regional Workshops

    Minneapolis, MN ● Friday, September 13 at Crowne Plaza Aire

    Phoenix, AZ ● Thursday, October 3 at Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe

    Philadelphia, PA  ● Thursday, October 17 at Crowne Plaza Philadelphia/Cherry Hill

    Come together with 200 oncology nurses to learn, network, and earn CNE credits.These one-day workshops feature popular educational sessions from the ONS Annual Congress.