EONS Novice Research Dissemination Award
2016 EONS Novice Research Dissemination Award: winners chosen
The two winners of the 2016 Novice Research Dissemination Award are:
- Lily Harley, Sweden: Health-related quality of life and satisfaction of information amongst women with gynaecological cancers: The impact of contact nurses, written care plans and care transitions.
- Paola Veenstra, The Netherlands: Sharing knowledge and patient participation in breast cancer care.
Both winners will present their research at the EONS-10 Congress in Dublin in October. As part of the prize, they will receive free registration for the congress along with funding towards their travel and accommodation expenses. Their awards will be formally presented to them during the closing plenary session on 18 October 2016.
About the Novice Research Dissemination Award
This award is an initiative of the EONS Research Working Group. It was launched in 2013 to encourage cancer nurses who are relatively new to research. The award is intended to give nurses their first chance to present their research at an international conference, so it is only open to nurses who have not yet presented their research outside their own country.
2015 EONS Novice Research Dissemination Award
Two winners have been selected for the 2015 Novice Research Dissemination Award.
- Ms V. Biagioli, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Biomedicine and prevention, Italy for her abstract Propolis for prevention of chemo-induced oral mucositis in breast cancer patients: A randomized controlled trial
- Dr. C Chabrera, Tecnocampus - Pompeu Fabra University Nursing, Mataro, Spain for her abstract A decision aid to support informed choices for patients recently diagnosed with prostate cancer: A randomized controlled trial
Valentina Biagioli (left) and Carolina Chabrera (right), winners of the 2015 Novice Research Dissemination Award, receiving their award from Prof. Lena Sharp, EONS President-Elect, during the ECC-2015 Congress.
Both winners received a free registration for ECC 2015 and funding towards their travel and accommodation expenses for the congress.
Joyce Roijen of the Netherlands presented her work on fertility counselling in young women with breast cancer before adjuvant chemotherapy.
Elif Sözery of Turkey presented the results from her study on resilience and burnout among oncology nurses.
The two winners of the 2014 award presented their research work for the first time at the EONS-9 congress in 2014 - our 30th anniversary year. They both received free registration for EONS-9 and funding towards their travel and accommodation for the congress.