Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, United States of America
The largest conference dedicated to oncology nursing returns to San Antonio in 2020. Join 4,000 of your peers to shape and revolutionise the future of cancer care.
The Oncology Nursing Society was incorporated in 1975, and soon after, the annual conference was held in 1976 in Toronto, Canada. The first conference was one day, had about 200 attendees, and all sessions took place in one room. In 1979, the annual conference adopted the current name of the conference, “Congress,” and the first official theme was created: “Nursing Makes a Difference.”
Since its creation, Congress has evolved into a five-day event with more than 4,000 attendees. Sessions are divided into five education tracks, and attendees are encouraged to build a unique conference based on their specialty.