Problem Statement: To describe research mentorship strategies needed to strengthen oncology nursing science and ensure that a cadre of nurse scientists are available to carry out the research mission of the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS).
Design: Multimethod consensus-building approach by content experts of the ONS Research Mentorship Task Force and approval by the ONS Board of Directors was employed.
Data Sources: Expert opinion, surveys, notes from an all-day research mentorship retreat, and literature review were used.
Analysis: Content analysis was used to synthesize notes from the research mentorship retreat.
Findings: Various strategies were identified to strengthen the pipeline of oncology nurse scientists and promote development across the career trajectory.
Implications for Practice: Mentorship is essential to advance the growth and impact of oncology nursing science and requires support throughout the career trajectory.