Conference Testimonials

An Oncology Navigator’s Perspective of the Virtual AONN+ Conference Platform

RN navigator Stacie Helm shares her first-ever AONN+ Conference experience with a focus on the benefits of the virtual conference platform.

AONN+ Virtual Conference Platform

AONN+ invites you to join us for the Virtual 11th Annual Navigation & Survivorship Conference on November 4-8, 2020. In this virtual experience, we are bringing together AONN+ Leadership, Local Navigator Network leaders, and more than 1000 oncology navigators and cancer professionals for 4 days of education and empowerment.

The Value of AONN+ for International Navigation

Nancy Peña, OPN-CG, Founder and Director, Navegación de Pacientes International, and Rowan Robinson, BN, MSN, Navigator/Quality Lead, Netcare, Ltd, South Africa, discuss the benefits of attending the conference and the significance of certification.

The First Patient Navigator in Mexico

As the first patient navigator in Mexico, Katia Zarzar explains why it is important for her to attend AONN+ conferences.

2020 AONN+ Midyear Conference

Oncology navigators value the education and networking they experience at AONN+ conferences. Watch past conference attendees explain what brings them back year after year.

Don’t Miss the 2020 AONN+ Annual Conference!

Join us in New Orleans, where more than 1000 oncology navigators and care providers will gather to advance the development, implementation, utilization, and metrics of multidisciplinary oncology navigation.

AONN+ Conferences Are Uniquely Designed for Oncology Navigators

As oncology navigation continues to evolve, Arlene Larin, MSN, RN, says attending AONN+ conferences allows her to build her navigator network and learn best practices that are invaluable to her institution.

Exhibit at the 2019 Annual Conference

Watch as AONN+ Annual Conference exhibitors explain why they value the connections they make at AONN+ conferences and why they keep coming back to exhibit.

AONN+ 10-Year Anniversary: Favorite Memories

Oncology Nurse Navigator Peg Rummel reflects on the growth of the first 10 years of AONN+ and the experience of meeting and working with others as a result of participating in AONN+.

Looking Back on 10 Years of AONN+: Building New Bridges

Nurse Navigator Sharon Gentry shares memories of building the organization from the beginning and the supportive network of oncology navigators that has developed over the years.