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Moving forward together to realise the potential of cancer nursing across Europe


We are… The European Oncology Nursing Society (EONS)


has provided professional support to cancer nurses since 1984. Registered as an independent, not for profit organisation, EONS represents the voice of more than 22,000 cancer nurses from 29 European countries.


We deliver… With our headquarters in Brussels, EONS assists in


the promotion of healthy European communities through the development of activities that educate, support and empower cancer nurses, enabling them to provide the best possible patient care.


By working collaboratively with cancer and health- care organisations from around the globe, EONS delivers its CARE strategy (Communication, Advocacy, Realising your potential, Enhancing clinical practice) for its Members. Our working groups and topical international congresses provide a forum where oncology nurses, especially those working in developing countries, can stay connected to the latest developments. EONS also brings the European oncology nurse’s unique, practical viewpoint to the education, research and policy debates. EONS, therefore, acts as a platform, giving voice to oncology nurses needs, and offers them the opportunity to shape a healthier future for European citizens.


Nursing at the heart of patient care


Work with us to deliver this vision. Visit us now at our new website: www.cancernurse.eu or contact the EONS office at: eons.secretariat@cancernurse.eu or +32-2-779-9923


In short, EONS ensures that European cancer patients and their families will benefit from the care of well educated, perceptive and proficient cancer nurses.


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