The Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) is excited to host the 2021 Midyear Conference virtually, May 13-16, 2021.
The Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) leadership will be converting the 2021 AONN+ Midyear Conference to a virtual experience. We are excited to provide you once again with education and networking opportunities in the safety of your homes from May 13 to 16.
The 3-day virtual event will give attendees plenty of opportunities to connect with peers, meet members of the AONN+ Leadership Council, share best practices, and get a glimpse of the latest innovations from exhibitors to aid in providing optimal patient care.
The main events of the 2021 AONN+ Midyear Conference include informative sessions featuring high-level faculty, engaging disease state discussions, practical solutions to daily navigation challenges, and accredited content.
Take a look at some of the hot topics that will be presented
at the 2021 AONN+ Midyear Virtual Conference:
- Building a Navigation Program
- Financial Navigation
- Smoking Cessation
- Geriatric Oncology
- Caring for the Caregiver
- Cancer Screenings in the Era of COVID-19
- …and more!
In addition, this year’s event offers you the opportunity to:
- Attend a preconference workshop
- Engage in our breakout sessions
- Earn up to 17 CEs
- Enjoy a FREE 1-year AONN+ membership
"Invested in my professional growth this weekend by attending the 11th Annual Navigation & Survivorship Conference by AONN+. Inspired and invigorated to continue to grow in my profession and provide care like family to my patients!"
–Shannon Gutowski, BSN, RN-BC
"I miss the ‘in-person’ conference setting, but am really enjoying the relaxed home environment this year :) Soaking in the wealth of knowledge from your sessions!"
"I cannot overstate how much this conference enlightens me as to how important our roles are for our patients, clinics, and communities. Last year was my first conference, and I want to attend every year."
"This is my 6th Annual Conference. I was concerned that the virtual format would hinder learning and networking. Pleased to say that it has not! Well done AONN+!"