June 8, 2021
Career Opportunities
Oncology Nursing Society
The Scholar-in-Residence will be selected to start by September 2021.
Marin Cancer Care
Greenbrae, California
Stamford Health Bennett Cancer Center & Oncology Service Line
Stamford, Connecticut
Vail Health
Dillon, Colorado
Vail Health
Dillon, Colorado
Northside Hospital
Atlanta, Georgia
Orlando Health
Orlando, Florida
Lewis Hall Singletary Oncology Center
Archbold Medical Center
Thomasville, Georgia
UC Davis Health Hematology Oncology
Sacramento, California
Summit Medical Group
Berkeley Heights, New Jersey
Cleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital
Cleveland, Ohio
Industry Outlook
Nurses must lead from the future and reinvent themselves to achieve their desired career path. Practice in the now, but lead from anticipation of what will happen based on healthcare trends.
Now that the economy is re-opening, many people are looking to make a career change. Here are the traits recruiters are seeking in their candidates.
COVID-19 has introduced new workforce challenges. Recruiters and hiring managers are adding obstacles to ensure a candidate is a good fit for a position. This includes the use of behavioral and situational interview questions. Here's how to prepare for these types of questions.
ONS member Moe Schwartz, PharmD, BCOP, professor of pharmacy practice in the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio and member of the Cincinnati Tri-State ONS Chapter, joins Stephanie Jardine, BSN, RN, oncology clinical specialist at ONS, to answer the top pharmacy questions from oncology nurses. The advertising messages in this episode are paid for by G1 Therapeutics, Inc.
Your ONS
Help turn $60,000 into $100,000 for oncology nurses! ONS will donate $40,000 in honor of the Foundation's 40th anniversary if $60,000 is raised for the @onfgivesback so donate today! Donate: give.onsfoundation.org



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