Oncology Nurses are in demand because the number of cancer patients in the US is increasing every year.
You’ll represent patients’ needs to their healthcare team and family.
You’ll advise and teach patients and their families about symptom management and treatment plans.
You’ll counsel patients and family members.
You’ll administer chemotherapy, monitor patients, help manage side effects, and create treatment plans.
Outpatient care center
Work as a Registered Nurse for a year.
Gain 1,000 hours’ experience and 10 contact hours in Oncology.
Pass the Oncology Certified Nurse Board exam through the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation.
You’re ready to work as an Oncology Nurse.