In an attempt to demystify the oncology nursing certification (OCN) examination, AnnMarie Walton provides us with some tips on how to prepare by discussing exam topics, length, and the frequency it's offered.
While many of you already have the basic knowledge necessary to practice in the oncology setting, why not take that extra step to show what you know by becoming certified as an oncology nurse?
The Oncology Nurse Community Trivia Game Michelle Bragazzi, BS, RN, 1/13/2014 6 Are you looking to test your knowledge and have a little fun at the same time? TheONC Trivia Game covers various subjects, including cancer treatments, nutrition, side effects, and ...
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Nurses, this community is for you. We're also happy to hear from other professionals who work with oncology nurses, like physicians, psychiatrists, hospice providers, or social workers. If you are a professional in oncology and work with nurses regularly, come on in.