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Reflect and Recharge at ONS Congress

Attending ONS Congress® is a defining moment in your oncology nursing career. Invest in yourself and join your colleagues at the 48th Annual ONS Congress to build stronger relationships, earn NCPD, and take part in some much-needed well-being.  

Your ONS Congress full conference registration grants you access to the in-person event in San Antonio, TX, as well as special access to select recorded sessions after the conference ends.   

Register by March 9, 2023, to take advantage of early-bird pricing!

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Download a printable registration form or group registration form.

2023 ONS Congress Pricing  

Full Conference   

Early-Bird Pricing  

Regular Pricing  

Members   

$595   

$725   

Nonmembers   

$835   

$1,005   

Institutional Rate (10+ attendees)   

$535.50  

$652.50  

Student/Retired Members*   

$305   

$365   

*Only full-time students working toward an RN are eligible for the Student registration rate. Retired RNs must be at least 65 years old. Customers who register at the discounted rates who are ineligible will be invoiced the difference.

 

Daily   

Thursday/Friday/Saturday   

Sunday   

Members   

$260   

$130   

Nonmembers   

$368   

$195   

Student/Retired Members*      

$130   

$65   

 

GROUP REGISTRATION: Receive 10% off the member registration price when you have 10 or more nurses attending ONS Congress. Contact ONS Customer Relations at 866-257-4667 for more information. Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions 

Refund Policy: If you wish to cancel your ONS Congress registration, you must notify ONS by sending your request via email to help@ons.org. Refunds will be made in full (less a $100 processing fee) when requested on or before March 9, 2023. Fifty percent refunds will be made (less a $100 processing fee) when requested from March 10 through March 31, 2023. No refunds issued after March 31, 2023.  

 

The San Antonio Convention Facilities makes available, at no cost to LICENSEE, a TELFEX F/M Assistive Listening System, consisting of a transmitter and wireless receivers for use during events.  The system is made available in compliance with Title II (State & Local Government) of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Become an ONS Member and Save on Your Registration  

ONS members also enjoy the following benefits:   

  • Free subscriptions to ONS Voice and the bimonthly Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing and Oncology Nursing Forum 
  • Discounts on all courses and learning materials  
  • Discounts on ONS Congress and ONS Bridge™ registration  
  • A direct connection to fellow oncology nurses  
  • Opportunities to learn from chapter leaders and peers  

Demonstrate the Benefits of Attending ONS Congress to Your Employer 

Attending ONS Congress affects more than just your personal practice—it also affects your entire institution. Attendees leave ONS Congress empowered and ready to inspire their colleagues and create positive growth in their day-to-day work environment.  

Download this justification letter and our latest brochure to garner your supervisor's support for you to attend the 48th Annual ONS Congress.

ONS Congress Code of Conduct 

Oncology Nursing Society (“ONS”) fosters engagement, collaboration, community, and conversations in a diverse and open learning environment at its events, both live and virtual.

Nursing is seen as one of the most trusted and ethical professions. As such, we hold our attendees to a high standard and expect them to demonstrate integrity, courtesy, and respect for others throughout our conferences.

ONS believes that everyone—regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, or religion—should be free from inappropriate behavior. ONS will not tolerate inappropriate behavior of any kind, whether in person, online, or via social media, or in violation of any applicable federal, state, or local laws.

Inappropriate behavior is behavior that is contrary to ONS’s mission and contrary to the spirit of its events. Inappropriate behavior includes, but is not limited to, harassment, offensive comments (related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, religion, or otherwise offensive), sexual imagery, obscenity, intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography, or recording, disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate or unwelcome physical or sexual contact or attention, derisive comments, and unwelcome solicitation or sales. Advocating for, or encouraging, inappropriate behavior is also considered inappropriate. Participants asked to stop any inappropriate behavior are expected to comply immediately.

ONS may, in its sole and absolute discretion, take whatever actions it deems necessary or appropriate to enforce this code of conduct. These actions include, but are not limited to, expelling an individual from an event or revoking event credentials, in any case without a refund. ONS will also cooperate with law enforcement as appropriate.