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Top Ten Delivery Tips for a Presentation. What would you add?
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1. Show your passion If I had only one tip to give, it would be to be passionate about your topic and let that enthusiasm come out. Yes, you need great content. Yes, you need professional, well des...
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Learn to address the psychosocial aspects of the cancer journey. http://n.ons.org/1y7t7Ag
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Find out what's new in breast cancer with new online course: http://n.ons.org/1Dt6VYv

As the oncology field changes, our nursing interventions must change with it. Update your breast cancer knowledge with current screening and risk factor developments, treatment options, the latest research developments, and survivorship care planning standards with the Breast Cancer: What's New?
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As part of our Get Up, Get Moving campaign, we're teaching nurses how to tailor exercise routines for patients with cancer. http://n.ons.org/1xo633I
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How to keep older adults active in assisted living facilities: http://n.ons.org/1lGCy9l
Our residents participate in staff-conducted daily exercise programs and also have the opportunity to meet with a certified personal trainer several days per week. This keeps them mobile and able to do as much for themselves as possible. We also require them to walk to the dining room, ...
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Ten common cancers are especially linked to obesity. What you need to know about your BMI and cancer: http://n.ons.org/1rgmz1K
The importance of regular exercise and a healthy diet to maintain a healthy weight should not be underestimated. Healthy habits often need to be fostered. They need to be automatic and practiced consistently. The earlier they are developed, the bigger the benefits. My youngest daughter, Elaine, ...
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Great course for those new to oncology. http://n.ons.org/1Hj7KRK
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Learn how chemo is used to treat non-cancerous conditions in ONS online course. http://n.ons.org/1y7mduV
Chemotherapy and biotherapy are now being administered for a number of noncancerous conditions. Nurses caring for these patients should be familiar with the conditions and why the drugs are being used. Chemotherapy for Non-Oncology Conditions will help you develop an understanding of the ...
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Online course certification review bundles are here! Earn CNE, review for an exam, or earn ILNA points. http://tinyurl.com/qyta9ay
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Busy nurses don’t have time for guesswork. Introducing a new pocket guide to the best interventions for 19 cancer symptoms—now 10% off when you order with code PPEPS10. http://n.ons.org/YMiZ5e
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When you're explaining cancer risk to patients, do you know the difference between incidence and prevalence? 
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Five things to keep in mind when choosing an online #nursing education program: http://n.ons.org/1uXPRoo
Flip through any nursing journal, and you'll find many advertisements for online nursing programs: RN–BSN, RN–MSN, BSN–MSN, MSN–DNP. It seems that wherever you are in your nursing career there's an online program to advance your education. But how can you choose among the offerings?
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Your hub for oncology nursing news, education, and networking.
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The Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) is a professional association of more than 35,000 members committed to promoting excellence in oncology nursing and the transformation of cancer care. Since 1975, ONS has provided a professional community for oncology nurses, developed evidence-based education programs and treatment information, and advocated for patient care, all in an effort to improve quality of life and outcomes for patients with cancer and their families. 

We'll bring you up to speed here on cancer care news. When you're ready for more cancer nursing articles, visit ONS Connect, the official news magazine of ONS, at www.onsconnect.org
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