Make Time to Visit the Exhibit Hall
Connect to Knowledge, Technology, Advocacy, Job Opportunities and More
Discover the latest product and treatment information, meet with potential employers, connect to advocacy groups, and more—all in one convenient location.
Exhibit Hall Hours
Friday, November 4
- 8:30–10:30 am
- 11:30 am–2:15 pm
- 5:30–7 pm - Networking Reception
Saturday, November 5
- 8:15–9:45 am
- 12:30–2:30 pm—Box lunch for attendees
Do it All at the ONS Booth—It’s Your Information Station
The ONS Booth is your destination for free CNE, career resources, membership information, and more. Get involved with ONS, pick up the latest issue of the ONS education catalog, browse new ONS publications, and more.
Plus, join or renew on site for a free Starbucks gift card or other reward.
Get Social to Get Prizes!
Follow us on Twitter, visit us on Facebook, and check your email regularly to find out how you can get treats like Starbucks gift certificates, treat bags, free ONS course registrations, and more. It’s that simple.
Everyone Wants an iPad. Win Yours in Salt Lake
Drop off the coupon from your conference guide (that you will receive when you get to Salt Lake) for a chance to win an iPad, a free Congress registration, and other great prizes. Seriously, you’ll like these prizes. If you don’t believe us, come see for yourself. We have them all on display. You won’t be disappointed.
Want more chances to win? Simply get engaged at the conferences. Here are some ways you can earn more tickets to increase your chances of going home with an iPad.
- Join or renew your membership.
- Join an ONS special interest group.
- Visit the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation to learn more about how certification makes a difference.
- Donate to the Foundation so that it can continue to support oncology nurses like you.
- Make a purchase in the ONS store.
The more you do, the better chance you have to win. It’s as easy as that.
Join and Renew in Salt Lake and Get a Starbucks Gift Card
Stop by the booth to renew your membership and get a Starbucks gift card or other reward. Not due to renew quite yet? No problem, we’ll simply extend your membership for another year. If you’re not a member, now’s a great to join and start taking advantage of all of the benefits of membership.
New This Year!
ONS Simulation Activities Gives You a Front Row Seat for Live Case Studies on Hypersensitivity and Neutropenic Fever/Sepsis
Make room in your conference schedule to check out the new ONS Simulation Activities, where nurses will act out case studies on hypersensitivity and neutropenic fever. You’ll have an opportunity to interact with the presenters, helping them chose the best treatment and management options for the “patients.”
Neutropenic Fever/Sepsis Scenario
Friday, November 4 • 12:30-1 pm
Saturday, November 5 • 8:45-9:15 am(repeat session)
Mary Smith is a 66-year-old recently diagnosed with stage IIIB Hodgkins lymphoma. The only pertinent thing in her past medical history is non-insulin dependent diabetes. Her husband calls the clinic to report that wife Mary is having chills and has a fever of 100.8 degrees. He states that Mary received her 15th-day treatments of her third cycle of ABVD a little over a week ago via her mediport. The nurse instructs Mr. Smith to bring Mary to the clinic right away. When Mary arrives at the clinic, she has a fever of 101.5 and is pale, clammy, and restless.
Come to this session to learn more about how to assess and treat Mary.
Friday, November 4 • 5:45-6:15 pm
Saturday, November 5 • 12:45-1:15 pm (repeat session)
Mr. Jones is a 52-year-old male with stage IV colon cancer. He was diagnosed two years ago. He responded to initial treatment with FOLFIRI plus bevacizumab, but unfortunately, his disease had progressed recently. He presents to the clinic today to begin new therapy with cetuximab and irinotecan. His past medical history reveals eczema, hypercholesterolemia, and numerous medication allergies. Mr. Jones seems anxious about starting a new treatment.
Come to this session to learn more about how to assess and treat Mr. Jones.
Win Educational Resources When You Come to the Simulation Center Presentations
All those who attend the simulation scenarios will have a chance to win a gift basket filled with educational resources from ONS, including online course registrations, publications, and more. We hope to see you there.
ONCC Sets Up Shop in the Exhibit Hall
Want to learn more about oncology nursing certification and how it makes a difference in cancer care? Visit the ONCC Booth (#630) in the exhibit hall. Whether you’re already certified or thinking about working toward your credential, stop by and discover how certification can help your patients, your profession, and your career.
Need to Check Your Email?
Want to see what’s going on back at work? You can get online to check your email, check in for flights, or, better yet, talk about the conferences on the ONS Facebook page. The Internet Café is located in booth 629. Please note that there are not printers at the Internet Café.
Theater Presentations Address Hot Topics in Cancer Care
Don’t miss these informational events* that address the issues you and your patients face each and every day. All will be held in the ONS Theater inside the exhibit hall.
Friday, November 4
9–10 am: Helping Patients Transition to Survivorship (This is a Lilly Oncology promotional activity.)
12:15–1:15 pm: Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Advanced Prostate Cancer (This is a Dendreon promotional activity.)
Saturday, November 5
8:30– 9:30 am: Updates in the Diagnosis and Management of ALK-Positive Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (This is a Pfizer, Inc. promotional activity.)
No continuing nursing education will be provided for these presentations.