Cancer education for every nurse.

Nurse Oncology Education Program - Continuing Education for Nurses
Two Key Nursing Symposia at ONS Congress


Going to Congress in Orlando? Our partner Clinical Care Options (CCO) brings you two interactive, informative satellite symposia on emerging issues and trends that uniquely affect the oncology nurse. 

1. Thursday, April 23, 6:30-8:00PM, Hyatt Regency Orlando
Join us for a first-of-its-kind symposium covering the latest advances in multiple myeloma care and the role of the oncology nurse in shared decision making (SDM). 

2. Saturday, April 25, 12:00-1:30PM, Hyatt Regency Orlando
Learn about the latest immunotherapy treatments in this fun, fast, quiz-based symposium! 

For more information on multiple myeloma, visit CCO Oncology.

Help Us Meet the Challenge?


We have been challenged by the Texas Dept. of State Health Services to have 150 nurses or nursing students complete our no-cost Survivorship Care course by May 2015. Will you please take the course or share it with colleagues to help impact patient care of cancer survivors? Nurses will earn .66 contact hours, free.  

By meeting this goal, we will be eligible for continued funding to reach greater numbers of nurses with new, free courses.

This course is appropriate for all nurses, who are likely to see a cancer survivor at some point during their nursing career.

Texas Nurses Association/Foundation Provider Unit is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
NOEP is part of Texas Nurses Association/Foundation Provider Unit.
This CNE activity is made possible by the the Texas Department of State Health Services, Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, contract #2013-043800.

Cancer Education for Every Nurse

In the U.S., cancer is the second-leading cause of death. Cancers that can be detected earlier by screening account for about half of all new cancer cases (American Cancer Society, 2014).

NOEP provides evidence-based continuing education to nurses on cancer prevention, detection, treatment, and survivorship. Our goal is to educate all nurses to create changes in nursing practice.

We partner with expert nurse clinicians and faculty from leading academic institutions to develop cutting edge programs, and conduct post-education evaluation and outcome measurement follow up to ensure those programs are effective. 

NOEP is a nonprofit project of the Texas Nurses Association/Foundation.