Grant Opportunities

Funding Projects for Oncology Nurses

ONS develops and disseminates educational resources to support a variety of oncology nursing roles. ONS independent nursing education programs address best practices and treatment advances for oncology nurses, oncology advanced practice nurses and the entire multi-disciplinary cancer care team. 

ONS uses grant funding to support both accredited and non-accredited medical education programs. Our innovative, evidence-based programs address clinical gaps and quality improvement through engaging live programs, videos, podcasts, online education, clinical resources and practice improvement projects.

ONS reaches over 122,000 nurses and other healthcare professionals with clinically relevant, evidence-based education and practice resources. ONS programs deliver measurable outcomes and identify new and existing educational needs to support a continuous cycle of needs assessment, learning, real-world implementation, reassessment, and new educational strategies.

Independent medical education projects

  • ONS Annual Congress (CNE support)
  • Regional events and workshops (CNE and non-CNE support)
  • ONS Capitol Hill Days (CNE and non-CNE support)
  • Summits, think tanks and focus groups (non-CNE support)
  • ONS clinical priorities and educational initiatives (CNE and non-CNE)
  • ONS Chapter programs (CNE and non-CNE)
  • Quality and practice improvement projects (CNE and non-CNE)
  • Grant-funded oncology nursing research (non-CNE)
  • ONS publications and peer-reviewed articles (non-CNE)

ONS is accredited with distinction as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's (ANCC) Commission on Accreditation and by the California Board of Registered Nursing-BRN Provider No. 2850. Accreditation as an ANCC provider refers only to its continuing education activities and does not imply endorsement of any commercial products.