Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities
This year we are committed to ensuring the safety of our attendees and have opted to go virtual. We have researched and identified a great software option to help us host a robust and interactive symposium which will allow us to continue to foster our relationships with each other, our loyal and supportive exhibitors, dynamic speakers, encourage networking, and other aspects of the symposium that we are to enjoy.
Several of our exhibitors have opted to carry-over their exhibitor funds from the cancelled 2020 symposium to 2021. If you opted to do that Julie Hawkins will be in touch to confirm with you and reconfirm your attendance. If you requested a refund in 2020 and need to use 2021 funds for your sponsorship, please see the sponsorship details below.
$2,500 sponsorship level
As we are going virtual, we are changing up our exhibitor structure a bit. We are using the software Kovention, which has a wonderful option of hosting exhibitors’ booths much like a trade show. Each booth can be customized to include live interactions, pre-recorded videos, downloadable information, and exchange of questions live or over chat, etc. With this level of interaction available we are excited to see what our exhibitors are able to bring to this event! Each sponsorship provides access to the entire symposium for 4 people. You can also access the symposium post-event to view missed presentations, alternative breakouts, etc.
The 12th Annual Oncology Nursing Symposium provides a virtual learning environment where the varied facets of oncology nursing will be explored, including nursing resilience, physician/nursing relationships and troubleshooting, nursing leadership, and more. Nationally recognized speakers will review clinical experiences and provide updates on current research in nursing practice. The symposium will update healthcare professional on the emerging trends in oncology nursing clinical practice and research and will provide participants with practical strategies and hands-on tools to improve their nursing practice.
We anticipate attendance of 400+ nurses, nurse practitioners, physician’s assistants, and other healthcare professionals involved with the care of oncology and hematology patients from the southeast, including metro Atlanta community practices, academic centers, and nursing schools.
This live activity is approved for up to 8 contact hours through Emory Nursing Professional Development Center (ENPDC). It is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. No conflict of interest has been found with the speaker for this CNE activity nor with the members of the planning committee.