Each year, ONS grants prestigious recognition to oncology nurses, researchers, and employers who are changing lives and bettering their profession. The deadline for most of these awards is September 30. Nominating a colleague or employee gives special notice to their work—and most award winners are granted travel reimbursement to attend the ONS Annual Congress.
In the meantime, consider applying for funding anytime through the Lilly Oncology Advancing Patient Care Project.
Recognize individuals for their career achievements and outstanding contributions to cancer care.
Recognize individuals for their contributions and achievements within 11 fields of expertise, including medical oncology, radiation therapy, and blood and marrow transplantation.
Recognize teams, emerging leaders, direct care nurses, and international nurses who have impacted patients with cancer and their communities.
Recognize employers who honor and show exemplary support for registered nurses working in oncology. Awards exist for small, mid-size, and large institutions.
Afford four individuals a prestigious opportunity to present at the ONS Annual Congress. The ONS Oncology Clinical Lectureship recognizes and supports excellence in clinical practice, while the Trish Greene Memorial Quality of Life Lectureship focuses on quality-of-life issues in cancer care. Our two research awards recognize individuals for their contributions to oncology nursing research.
Recognize writers who have contributed full-length articles to an appropriate volume of Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing or Oncology Nursing Forum, granting them automatic eligibility. Nominations are not considered.