ONS Toolkits

ONS toolkits are a defined set of resources that help oncology nurses advance their practice with evidence-based research, all in one place.

Journal Club Toolkit: A How-To Guide 

Journal club programs can enhance the skills of oncology nurses in evaluating the literature and translating research findings to clinical practice, education, administration, and research. Use the Journal Club Toolkit to design and create a journal club for oncology nurses.

Journey Forward Survivorship Care Plan Builder

The Journey Forward Survivorship Care Plan Builder offers free care planning tools for healthcare providers and patients so that cancer survivors can get guidance needed to manage their long-term health and wellbeing.

ONS Oncology Nurse Navigator Toolkit

The Oncology Nurse Navigator (ONN) Toolkit is a resource for newly assigned ONNs and current ONNs looking for tools and resources to help improve patient care coordination.

ONS Oral Adherence Toolkit

The Oral Adherence Toolkit provides strategies and resources that nurses can use to facilitate adherence among patients with cancer.

ONS Oral Chemo Guide

More patients with cancer are being prescribed oral chemotherapy drugs than ever before. Use the Oral Chemo Guide to teach your patients about safe handling, managing side effects, and more.

Toolkit for Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs for Nurses in Oncology

The Toolkit for Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs for Nurses in Oncology addresses safety concerns for oncology nurses in a standardized way, pulling together the best available information into a quick reference format to help ensure nurses are meeting the most current safety standards.

Funding for this toolkit was provided by Equashield, distributor of the Equashield Closed System Transfer Device.

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