Thanks for a successful Midyear Conference!
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Conference Scholarship Fund
The AONN+ Conference Scholarship Fund donation site remains open year-round to allow funding for support to attend the AONN+ Midyear or Annual conferences. All contributions are appreciated to allow oncology navigators and cancer care professionals in accessing professional education. Donate to the fund or apply for the scholarship.
Watch testimonials from AONN+ conference attendees.
"I traveled from Mexico to be a part of this organization that cares about the journey of cancer patients. It’s an investment in my future."
–Katia Zarzar, Physician/Patient Navigator
"AONN+ conferences help me improve in my practice, build my network, and become a better nurse navigator for my patients."
–Arlene Larin, MSN, RN, ONN-CG, Nurse Navigator
"As a director, I like to have the educational materials to pass on to my oncology navigators. Each year, we learn new things to change the progress of navigation."
–Lisa LaPerriere, MSN, Director of Nurse Navigation
"The benefits that you take back from a conference are huge. You take back a lot of information on best practices and everything that you need to grow a program and grow as a professional."
—Katie Navarte, LMSW, Social Worker
"AONN+ is my favorite conference. I network with other navigators from across the country, and it is the most pertinent subject matter to my job. It gets better every year."
–Claudia Miller, BSN, OCN, Nurse Navigator
"Our field is ever-changing. AONN+ conferences keep us updated with the latest research and evidence-based practice in order to provide the best care possible for our patients."
–Kaitlyn Umphrey, RN, OCN, Nurse Navigator
"Oftentimes, in our settings, we may be the 1 or 2 people who are doing this work, but this conference is an environment where everybody 'gets it.'"
–Kamilah Konrad, Senior Manager of Patient Navigation