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What a wonderful presentation especially given the current climate of race inequities. I must add that we must recognize that this is evolving and that current state must be addressed. I am blessed to work with an institution and colleagues who recognize, validate and appreciate the evolving nature of race inequities. Moving forward, we must endeavor to create culture of acceptance, tolerance and professionalism and find common ground equal to all.
Hello everyone!... I'm Kristi Griffith, Survivorship Navigator with the LUNGevity Foundation. I'd love to connect with you to share resources and how I can be of help to your lung patients. Feel free to touch base, KGriffith@LUNGevity.org. I'm here to help!
On behalf of the ONS BRIDGE 2021 planning team to all attendees: Thank you for joining us at ONS BRIDGE 2021! We would like to encourage you to consider your participation as an applicant for the ONS BRIDGE 2022 planning team. This is an amazing opportunity to meet colleagues, work with a supportive ONS Staff; and contact select Faculty presenters.
If you would like to create a volunteer profile and indicate your interest in ONS BRIDGE 2022 please use this link: https://ons.digitellinc.com/ons/live/31/page/246.
Have you enjoyed this year's Bridge? Do you have topics you would like to see in 2022 Bridge? We'd like to hear from you! Click this link to submit your ideas. One idea per form please, but submit as many as you like!
Hi everyone! I'm Christy from southern Oregon, and I am a BSN in radiation oncology with prior experience as an infusion nurse. I love all my patients, but have a huge soft spot for head and neck / esophageal patients. I am hoping to network with others in radiation oncology.
Hope you're all enjoying ONS Bridge. Please make some time in your schedule to visit the learning hall booths and attend some industry events. In addition to providing valuable information and resources, these participating sponsoring companies help to make programming like ONS Bridge possible.
If you haven't seen the Bridging the Gap on virtual education - you need to! It was great!
My name is Kimberly (Kim) Hurley and I am an oncology nurse from Raleigh, NC. So excited to have the ability to still network and learn in our current environment.
My name is Sheila and I am an OCN nurse from South Florida. I am so excited to attend this ONS Bridge and I am looking forward to the networking.