Many of the unique benefits you’ll find during the 2023 ONS Bridge conference come to you by way of the ONS Corporate Council, a group of top-level supporters whose goals align with ONS’s mission. ONS Bridge attendees can take advantage of special access to the Corporate Council’s resources area, virtual exhibit booths, and educational events.
You’ll have the opportunity to meet many of the Corporate Council members in this year’s ONS Bridge virtual learning hall. Click on the logos below to visit each virtual exhibit booth, chat with the company’s representatives, and explore more.
What Is the ONS Corporate Council?
Originally introducing the program in 2010 as the ONS Strategic Sponsors, ONS updated the group’s title in 2016 to better reflect its purpose. No matter the name, the council remains dedicated to bettering oncology nurses and ONS.
Corporate Council members meet together as a group and individually with ONS to learn about ONS priorities, leverage common goals, and circulate new ideas. Council members work with ONS to identify oncology nursing challenges and help with solutions. They provide unique perspectives on issues affecting patients with cancer, oncology nurses, and the entire nursing profession.
ONS and the Corporate Council discuss opportunities to support oncology nurses, improve patient care, and advance the profession. In addition to bringing you the interactive exhibits you’re visiting during ONS Bridge, Corporate Council companies support ONS Congress® and other programs and projects to further engage members.
How Does the Council Support ONS?
Beyond sharing insight and perspective on industry issues, Corporate Council members provide funding for ONS programs. Member companies support ONS Bridge through their virtual exhibit booths, educational events, and sponsorships. ONS Congress and other projects, benefit from the Corporate Council through sponsorships and independent medical educational grants.
Meet the Corporate Council Members
Learn more about each of the ONS Corporate Council members: