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As we work together to advance excellence in oncology nursing and quality cancer care, you’ll find many opportunities to use ONS resources: in direct patient care, management and leadership roles, and all levels of advocacy. Use this guide to conduct an efficient site search to find the tools you need, right when you need them.

Quick Search Tips

  • Use simple and specific search terms. 
  • Use the keyboard shortcut "ctrl + F" on a PC or "command + F" on a Mac to search keywords on a specific webpage, article, or document.  
  • Our searching system does not recognize quotations, +'s, or wildcard techniques to assist in finding a specific result. Using these methods could cause inaccurate search results. 
  • Learn How to Use the Main Search

    Type your keyword term(s) into the main search field at the top of the ONS website. As you type in your search term(s) a list will populate below. If you know the source type you are looking for (e.g., book, course, podcast), click the related term and source.

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  • Learn How to Use the Journal Search

    To efficiently locate a journal article, we recommend using the “Search Our Journals” function underneath the “Publications” drop-down on the website’s top navigation links.

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  • Learn How to Use Explore Resources

    When you first enter our Explore Resources page, you have the opportunity to either search by topic or goal. Filtering by topic allows you the most refinement by choosing themes like Advocacy and Policy, Cancer Types, Patients and Caregivers, and more. 

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