We are excited for you to attend the 2021 Winship Oncology Nursing Symposium: Getting Our Groove Back: Bringing Oncology Nursing to the Forefront. Attendees will benefit from an intimate virtual learning environment and the opportunity to network and learn from local, national and internationally recognized oncology leaders.
Get inspired, recharge, gain new skills focused on improving quality of care and advancing your career, and enjoy connecting with colleagues in a fun, no-stress online platform.
Online Registration is open!
With the limitations of professional development during COVID times and our need to host this year’s symposium virtually we are offering a deep discount for attendance. It is our thank you for your dedication and resilience over the last year.
- Emory University and Emory Healthcare employee registration will be free this year.
- Non-Emory employee registrations will be $50.00 per attendee.
Registration fees will not be refunded after May 12, 2021. Registration fees can be paid by credit card or a check can be mailed to:
Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University
Attn: Monique Jones
1365C Clifton Road, Suite C3009
Atlanta, GA 30322
Tax ID # 58-0566256
**Please note 2021 Winship Nursing Symposium on the check.
Please feel free to contact Julie Hawkins (email@example.com) with any questions.
Emory Nursing Professional Development Center (ENPDC) is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
We are taking advantage of this virtual world by giving our attendees the opportunity to earn up to 20 contact hours by recording and keeping the presentations up on the virtual platform for one month after the live event.
No conflict of interest has been found with the speakers for this CNE activity nor with the members of the planning committee.
Are you working on a nursing quality improvement or research project? Consider submitting a poster abstract for the 12th Annual Winship Oncology Nursing Symposium.
An abstract is a brief summary of a project that describes its objectives, methods, and results. A poster presentation showcases the process and outcomes of a project in a visually appealing manner. Your project does not have to be complete in order to submit a poster abstract.
In addition, even if the results of your project were different from what was expected, creating a poster presentation is a worthwhile effort! Your oncology peers can learn a lot from the work you have done, regardless of the results.
Winship Cancer Institute has resources to assist you with creating your poster. Please visit this page for the approved poster template, tips and tricks, and other information. Poster abstracts are due May 12, 2021 and need to be emailed to Renee Spinks (Katherine.firstname.lastname@example.org) for review and approval. Authors of accepted poster abstracts are expected to present their poster during the symposium.