EONS Leadership Summit 2017

Ede summit inspires cancer nurses to lead!

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EONS Leadership Summit, Sunday 19 November and Monday 20 November 2017.
Ede, The Netherlands

From Albania to Sweden and Spain to Estonia – cancer nurses from across Europe gathered in Ede, near Amsterdam, in The Netherlands for the EONS Leadership Summit.

All who attended agreed that it was a highly inspiring two days packed with useful advice on how to become a leader – at any stage of your cancer nursing career.

EONS organised the event together with our partners at the USA’s Oncology Nursing Society. The summit was designed to improve nurses’ personal and professional capacity and effectiveness as leaders, something which is critical to improving cancer care in the challenging healthcare situation in Europe and beyond.

A range of excellent speakers examined the different aspect of leadership from a personal, professional, clinical and political point of view, including:

  • clinical leadership
  • leading the team
  • communication in cancer care
  • management styles
  • your profile as a leader
  • professional strengths and weaknesses
  • setting the political agenda
  • and more…

Picture gallery

These pictures give a flavour of the summit. The next issue of the EONS Magazine will feature in-depth reports and more pictures from the presentations and workshops that took place across the two days.

Ede banner welcomes all
Ede banner welcomes all

A packed audience as the Ede Summit gets underway
A packed audience as the Ede Summit gets underway

Everyone is full engaged
Everyone is fully engaged

EONS Past President Erik van Muilekom addresses the summit
EONS Past President Erik van Muilekom addresses the summit

Philip Walkate on profiling yourself as a leader
Philip Walkate on profiling yourself as a leader

A burning question…
A burning question…

EONS President Lena Sharp on leading the team, collaboration and communication.
EONS President Lena Sharp on leading the team, collaboration and communication

Time for more questions and discussion…
Time for more questions and discussion…

Dr. Marc Verschueren on leadership styles
Dr. Marc Verschueren on leadership styles

Brenda Nevidjon (ONS) makes a point…
Brenda Nevidjon (ONS) makes a point…

EONS Past President Birgitte Grube on 360 degree feedback
EONS Past President Birgitte Grube on 360 degree feedback

EONS Board Member Johan de Munter
EONS Board Member Johan de Munter

All together now…
All together now…

10 commandments for leadership and quality
10 commandments for leadership and quality

Big shoes to fill to be an effective leader!
Big shoes to fill to be an effective leader!

Brenda Nevidjon ONS
Brenda Nevidjon ONS

EONS Past President Daniel Kelly
EONS Past President Daniel Kelly

EONS President Lena Sharp on how to improve collaboration with physicians
EONS President Lena Sharp on how to improve collaboration with physicians

Kristi Rannus discusses work conditions and patient safety
Kristi Rannus discussing work conditions and patient safety

How to grow as a leader
How to grow as a leader

ONS President Susan Schneider
ONS President Susan Schneider

Sam Smith – The true story of a nurse leader
Sam Smith – The true story of a nurse leader

TYA nurses
TYA nurses

What is a leader?
What is a leader?

Workshop – Strategic Development of a National Society
Workshop – Strategic Development of a National Society

Workshoping – Theresa Wiseman EONS Board
Workshoping – Theresa Wiseman EONS Board

Young Cancer Nurses plan the future
Young Cancer Nurses plan the future

Registration

Registrations are now closed for this event.

Grant for Young Cancer Nurses (YCN) to attend the Leadership Summit

EONS offered a grant to 5 Young Cancer Nurses (max. age 30 years) to attend the Leadership Summit. The grant was for up to 700 Euros – to fund travel, 2 nights’ accommodation and the Leadership Summit registration fee. YCNs applying needed to be members of EONS, either through their Oncology Nursing Society or as individual member.

Venue and directions

Congress centre and Hotel ReeHorst, in Ede, is located in the centre of The Netherlands at the heart of the stunning Veluwe region, an area of breathtaking natural beauty. It is easily and quickly accessible by air, train and motorway.

Airport Schiphol Amsterdam and train:

If you arrive at the airport, take the NS direct train service to Nijmegen and exit at station Ede-Wageningen. There are two direct trains every hour and the journey will take one hour. It is also possible to take the indirect train to Utrecht and change there to a train to Ede-Wageningen; this will also take one hour.

From the train station it is a short walk to the Congress centre/Hotel ReeHorst. When you arrive at the train station, descend from the platform and turn left at the bottom of the stairs, towards the south-side exit. Keep walking in a straight line and you will find ReeHorst at a few minutes’ distance on your right.

Here is a travel planner link to help you schedule your journey: https://9292.nl/en/
(In the “From” section type: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and in the “To” section: Ede-Wageningen and indicate your preferred time of arrival.)

By Car:

The venue is situated close to highway number A12 (The Hague – Germany). Take exit 24, Ede-Wageningen and follow the sighs “Reehorst”.

For more travel information go to http://reehorst.nl/en/index.html – “route”.

Venue address: Reehorst, Bennekomseweg 24, 6717 LM, Ede, The Netherlands.

Hotel

Hotel rooms can be booked at http://reehorst.nl/en/index.html or you can use an online hotel booking site.


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