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ONS Special Interest Groups

The ONS SIGs Virtual Community includes important information for all SIGs, as well as specific information for each individual SIG. The SIGs below have independent virtual pages.

ONS members who are interested may Join A SIG here, or contact Carol DeMarco, Membership & Leadership Administrative Assistant (or by phone at 412-859-6230), or the SIG coordinator listed.

Acute & Critical Care
Advanced Nursing Research
Ambulatory/Office Nursing
Blood and Marrow Stem Cell Transplant
Breast Care
Cancer Genetics
Chemotherapy
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Clinical Trial Nurses
Complementary & Integrative Therapies
Ethics
Home Care & Palliative Care
Lymphedema Management
Management & Program Development

Neuro-Oncology
Neutropenia
Nurse Navigator
Nurse Practitioner
Pain Management
Pharmaceutical/Industry Nursing
Prevention/Early Detection
Radiation
Spiritual Care
Staff Education
Surgical Oncology
Survivorship, Quality of Life & Rehabilitation
Targeted and Biological Therapies
Transcultural Nursing Issues

To return to the Main Page of the SIGs Virtual Community, click here.

Join a Community

Connecting to your oncology colleagues is one of the most valuable benefits of your ONS membership. Now, making those professional connections is easier than ever, as all ONS members can join an unlimited number of Communities for free! To join a Community, please go to your ONSProfile:

ONS Profile

Benefits/Communication
  • Networking with colleagues who share similar interests and expertise.
  • Contributing articles to SIG Community.
  • Participating in discussions with other Community members.
  • Contributing to the future direction of the Community.
  • Participating in mentorship programs.
  • Receiving information about the latest advancements and best practices.
  • Educational opportunities and materials.
  • Calls to action.
  • News affecting your specific Community

Membership Requirements
All Community members must be members in good standing of the national Oncology Nursing Society.