Chapters serve ONS members and advance the ONS mission at the local level. Chapters exist to serve their members by investing in educational, networking, and social activities. By bringing like-minded nurses together based on geographical proximity, chapters are able to foster a sense of community, connection, and collaboration which strengthens the Society’s ability to achieve its mission of advancing excellence in oncology nursing and quality patient care.
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- Why is chapter membership so important?
- How do I know which chapters offer virtual meetings?
- Do I have to wait until my ONS membership renewal to add another chapter to my membership?
- Why do the chapter memberships have different prices?
- Can I join a chapter after I already renewed my membership & declined chapter membership? If yes, do I receive a year from when I purchased my chapter membership?
- What if I join a chapter, but then decide prior to my paid through date that I no longer wish to be a member of that chapter?
- How do I add another ONS chapter to my membership?
- How do I change my local ONS chapter affiliation?
- I am not getting emails from my chapter. How do I update my preferences?
- Can I join more than one chapter?
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