What Conferences Will Be Hosted in 2022 & 2023?
48th Annual ONS Congress
April 26 - April 30, 2023
ONS Congress 2023 will be held on April 26 - April 30, 2023. ONS Congress is the official annual meeting featuring nursing continuing professional development (NCPD) opportunities with approximately 70 contact hours, including e-Poster and oral abstract presentations, five educational learning tracks with expert speakers, and opportunities to network and learn at industry events, and share e-Poster and oral abstract presentations.
September 13 & 15, 2022
ONS Bridge will be held virtually September 2022. The conference is designed to provide resources and education through a mix of live and on-demand content. ONS Bridge will feature three days of top-notch educational sessions led by experts in the field, the ability for nurses to earn approximately 30 contact hours, opportunities to network and learn at industry events, a virtual exhibit hall, and on-demand offerings.
What Content Will Be Presented at ONS Congress & ONS Bridge?
We have designed ONS Congress and ONS Bridge to complement each other's themes and topics while minimizing overlapping content — providing attendees and exhibitors with unique events in 2022 & 2023.
Who Attends ONS Congress & ONS Bridge?
ONS Conference Demographics
Partnering with ONS gives you the ability to showcase your products and services to thousands of conference attendees. As the main point of contact with patients and families, these nurses influence cancer care in all specialties and practice settings.
Attendees by Job Title
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Top Diseases Treated
Head and Neck Cancers
Blood and Marrow Transplantation
Primary Work Setting of Attendees
Hospital Setting (Ambulatory)
Hospital Setting (Inpatient)
Conference sessions are organized in five education tracks to ensure that the event attracts attendees from every content practice and level of experience.
For nurses interested in learning the latest treatment modalities and evidence-based care for individuals with cancer.
For nurses in advanced roles looking to enhance their ability to provide and coordinate optimal cancer care for their patients and families.
For doctorally-prepared nurses, those considering a science based nursing career, and nurses interested in understanding how the evidence behind nursing care is created.
For nurse leaders, managers and educators to gain new ideas and techniques to implement in their work setting.
For nurses working directly in radiation oncology and nurses caring for patients with cancer receiving radiation therapy.
Oncology Nursing Society
The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is a professional organization of more than 35,000 members committed to promoting excellence in oncology nursing and the transformation of cancer care. As the main point of contact with patients and families, oncology nurses influence cancer care in all practice settings.
Nursing is a calling. And oncology nursing is a calling like no other. The collective, specialized experience and expertise that our nurses possess has the power to transform cancer care for the better, forever. This is our reason to be. We provide these amazing women and men with a community where they can learn, share, and flourish. Where they have a voice. And where they are celebrated.