Marketing Opportunities

ONS offers a wide range of opportunities to reach our members and gain visibility at our annual conference and educational events. View the options below to get started.

Conference Opportuntities

ONS 44th Annual Congress | April 11-14, 2019 | Anaheim, CA

The ONS Annual Congress brings 4,000 nurses together to learn about the newest treatments and symptom management strategies, expand their professional network, and advance their career. As the main point of contact with patients and their families, these nurses influence cancer care in all practice settings. 

Learn about our unique opportunities to engage in person with oncology nurses who are looking for education, products, and services that will help them improve cancer care.

Exhibit at Congress: Make your plans now to meet with oncology nurses who are leaders on the frontline of cancer care. Share how you can help them provide better patient care, advocate for their patients, take the next step in their career, or take care of themselves so they can be the best nurse they can be. Our learning hall is filled with partners from industry, patient advocacy groups, employers and recruiters, and more. Join this group of oncology leaders who support oncology nurses and improve patient care. 

Become a Sponsor: Put your name and logo in front of thousands of oncology nurses and others in the oncology field through Congress sponsorship opportunities. Congress gives you the visibility you need to put your organization front and center. Whether your goal is to increase brand recognition, drive traffic to your booth, or send your company’s message home with each attendee, you will find what you need to meet your goals at Congress. We have a variety of new opportunities available, but if you don’t see what you’re looking for, contact us about creating a custom package to help you make the greatest impact in Anaheim, CA. 

Hold an Event: Holding an event at Congress connects you to the nurses who are the main point of contact for patients with cancer and their loved ones. They manage the symptoms of cancer and its treatment, provide patient education, and serve as a consistent point of communication and care throughout the cancer continuum.

  • Symposia Events: Host a breakfast, lunch, or dinner presentation to share valuable knowledge with attendees, while providing them with the opportunity to network with other nurses. Symposia can offer CNE or be information.
  • Theater Presentations: Take advantage of this opportunity to offer non-CNE presentations to attendees during learning hall time.
  • Ancillary Events and Meeting Space: Find out how you can hold a smaller on- or off-site event or set aside space for internal staff meetings or speaker ready rooms.

Learn more.

Event Sponsorship

ONS Chapter Leadership Weekend | July 19-21, 2019 | Pittsburgh, PA

At the annual ONS Chapter Leadership Weekend, nurses from ONS’s 225 local chapter come together to learn how to manage at the local level. These 400 nurses are the face of ONS in their communities and institutions, and this event is your chance to get your brand in front of them. More information will be available in spring 2019.

ONS Regional Workshops | Fall 2019 | Minneapolis, MN; Philadelphia, PA

Showcase your brand to frontline nursing professionals through sponsorships at regional events. These one-day workshops feature popular educational sessions from the ONS Annual Congress. Approximately 150-200 nurses come together to learn, network, and earn CNE credits. More information will be available in spring 2019.

     

    List Rentals

    One-time mailing list and limited transmission email list rentals are available to companies seeking to reach our members with information related to oncology nursing and quality cancer care.

    ONS has a membership of more than 39,000 RNs and other healthcare professionals who are dedicated to excellence in patient care, education, research, and administration in oncology nursing. Please note that approximately 20–25% of members do not allow for their name and address to be included in the list rental database. As a result, the total number of names available for purchase is approximately 23,000–26,000.

    Mail and Email List Rentals

    The ONS mail and email lists are available to organizations who have relevant information for our oncology nurse membership. Visit the ONS List Rental page or contact InFocus Marketing at sales@infocusmarketing.com or 800-708-5478 for more information.

    Student List Rentals

    The ONS mail and emails lists are available for rental to students looking to gain data directly related to their coursework. Review student list rental requirements or contact the ONS integrated marketing communications department for more information.

    Sponsorship Opportunities

    ONS offers promising opportunities to reach your target audience through our respected conferences, publications, podcasts, educational resources, awards, and member communications. Sponsorships offer an opportunity for your organization to support the needs of oncology nurses while providing essential financial support to ONS initiatives. Please contact the ONS Business Development Team at busdev@ons.org to learn more about how we connect you to our mission.

    The ONS Center for Advocacy and Health Policy advocates for the advancement of quality cancer care. The Center elevates the voice of the oncology nurse and provides a forum for collaboration and advocacy at national and local levels.

    Program Support Opportunities

    • ONS Capitol Hill Days
    • ONS Policy Summits
    • ONS Chapter Advocacy Forums
    • ONS Congressional Briefings

    Corporate Funding Priorities

    ONS and its affiliated corporations seek corporate financial support for oncology nursing education and research programs, health policy initiatives, and communication to professionals and consumers. Corporate funding is guided by the ONS, ONS Foundation, and Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation Corporate Support Position, and the Guiding Principles for ONS Policies Related to Corporate Support and Resolving Conflicts of Interest. It is also driven by priorities outlined in our strategic plan, research agenda, and health policy agenda

     

     

    Licensing Opportunities

    Provide your employees and customers with convenient, cost-effective access to hundreds of peer-reviewed articles, courses, publications, research resources, and other products. As a professional association of more than 39,000 members committed to promoting excellence in oncology nursing and the transformation of cancer care, ONS produces some of the most highly respected products in the field of nursing, including:

    Licensing Options and Benefits

    • Reprints: Purchase customized, high-quality, professionally produced reprints of ONS journal articles, book chapters, and other content directly from ONS (50 reprint minimum). For more information, email reprints@ons.org
    • Translations: Translate and resell publications internationally. ONS books and journals are available to non-U.S. publishers for translation, including the right to publish, sell, and distribute foreign-language editions.
    • Integration: Purchase a license to incorporate ONS’s oncology-specific telephone triage protocols into your institution’s EMR or EHR system.
    • Customization: Licensing partners may customize ONS intellectual property for inclusion in your product, service, or other commercial endeavor.
    • Standards and guidelines: ONS standards and guidelines can be incorporated into your institution’s clinical practice or electronic health record system.
    • Core Competencies: Your organization can implement ONS-developed core competencies for a wide variety of oncology nursing roles.
    • Research Resources: Explore the possibility of using PEP resources to conduct research or for commercial purposes.
    • Accessibility: Your staff or customers will have immediate access to the licensed content at a centralized location.
    • Enhance Your Library: A site license will serve to supplement your electronic oncology nursing library.
    • Discounts: Purchase ONS products at a discount in bulk quantities, including books and online courses.
    • Your Ideas: ONS is interested in hearing your unique ideas related to a potential ONS licensing arrangement that would best serve your organization.

    Contact Us

    Email licensing@ons.org any questions you may have or to initiate a licensing partnership with ONS. Authors and others seeking limited, one-time permission to reprint content from an ONS resource should contact pubpermissions@ons.org.

     

    ONS Corporate Council

    The ONS Corporate Council is an exclusive, high-level opportunity available to a limited group of industry supporters. In the spirit of true partnership, it was created to reinforce your company’s industry leadership and recognize your essential role in advancing the oncology nursing profession.

    Exclusive Benefits

    • High-level sponsor recognition at our national conferences, ongoing recognition and positioning in ONS communications, and year-round acknowledgement on the ONS website
    • ONS Corporate Council logo to help elevate your communication and promotional efforts
    • Key engagement opportunities with ONS executive leadership and ONS Board of Directors
    • Collaboration opportunities with other Corporate Council members and ONS
    • Priority updates and invitations to ONS sponsored events, ONS news, and ONS initiatives
    • Discounts and complimentary services

    The investment for this fully integrated sponsorship opportunity is $140,000 per year.

    Please contact busdev@ons.org for more information. 

    ONS Corporate Council Members

    • Amgen, Inc.
    • AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP
    • Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
    • Eisai Inc.
    • Genentech, Inc
    • TESARO
    • Pfizer Oncology

    Educational Grants

    ONS seeks educational grant funding to advance the excellence in oncology nursing practice, science, and the translation of research to patient care through dynamic, evidence-based educational activities, resources, and in-person networking for oncology nurses from all practice levels and settings.

    • ONS Annual Congress
    • ONS Annual Regional Events
    • IME Projects
    • ONS Chapter Programming
    • ONS Summits and Work Groups
    • ONS Research

    Industry Relations Panel

    Industry supporters may also join our new Industry Relations Panel, which offers two tiers of support at $50,000 and $25,000 per year. Please contact busdev@ons.org for more information. 

    Industry Relations Panel members receive:

    • Recognition at our national conferences, ongoing recognition and positioning in ONS communications, and year-round recognition on the ONS website
    • Key engagement opportunities with ONS senior leadership
    • Collaboration opportunities with other Industry Relations Panel members and ONS
    • Discounts and complimentary services

    ONS Awards

    ONS is dedicated to the professional development of oncology nurses around the world through a renowned awards program.

    • ONS Distinguished Awards recognize oncology nurses who have made outstanding contributions to ONS and the oncology nursing profession on a national level. These nurses are recognized at Congress opening ceremonies and throughout the year. The annual commitment for each of the four awards is $5,000. 
    • The International Award for Contributions in Cancer Care recognizes a nurse who has contributed to the improvement of cancer care in a country outside the United States. The annual commitment is $8,500.
    • ONS Excellence Awards recognize ONS members for their unique contributions within their field of expertise. The annual commitment for each of the 11 awards is $1,500.

    ONS Seal of Approval

    Programs and materials submitted for the ONS Seal of Approval are evaluated by ONS clinical experts, and must meet all review criteria for approval, including consistency with ONS Standards and Guidelines and quality of the educational information. The ONS Seal of Approval is a valuable symbol of recognition by one of the most respected organizations in cancer care.

    ONS Standards and Guidelines provide the latest evidence-based information and guidelines to ensure the best possible outcomes at the highest levels of care. As a leading voice in oncology nursing, ONS is dedicated to providing these resources to nurses on the front line of cancer treatment and patient care.

    For more information contact soa@ons.org