ONS Information Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

ONS COVID-19 Library

Updated February 2022

COVID-19 continues to cause concern and unprecedented challenges for oncology nurses in many facets of practice. People with cancer have been identified as being highly vulnerable to serious effects from COVID-19 infection and require additional vigilance to prevent exposure to the virus. As such, ONS is dedicated to providing valuable and up-to-date resources regarding COVID-19 in response to our members’ concerns in practice Our clinical staff is continually monitoring the latest information.

Attention ONS Members: Join our dedicated ONS Community, "COVID-19 Information and Ideas" to share your questions, suggestions, and protocols and collaborate with others in the oncology nursing community during the pandemic.   

 

General COVID-19 Resources

PPE & Safety Regarding COVID-19

Patient Care and Support Resources

National Cancer Institute:

American Society for Transplantation and Cellular Therapy:

American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO):

Resources for Nurses and Professional Practice

ONS Recommendations for Oncology Staff Assignments During the COVID-19 Pandemic - Updated January 14, 2022

    Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

    Food and Drug Administration (FDA):

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