EONS Leadership Summit 2017

Every Cancer Nurse is a Leader!

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

EONS, together with our partners at the USA’s Oncology Nursing Society, has organised an important summit which will focus on nursing leadership. Excellent speakers will focus on the different aspect of leadership from a personal, professional, clinical and political point of view. This summit is aimed at cancer nurses, nurse managers, policy makers, educators and nurse directors. It will cover a range of important topics presented by professional nurse leaders, 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…

The purpose of this summit is to improve nurses’ personal and professional capacity and effectiveness as leaders, something which we think is critical to improving cancer care in the challenging healthcare situation in Europe and beyond. The programme is available in the Further Information section of this page.

Registration fee

The registration fee includes coffee breaks and lunches on Sunday and Monday as well as a reception on Sunday 19 November, which will provide ample opportunities to network and discuss the issues that are important to you.

The registration fee for EONS members (Individual members/members of the Oncology Nursing Societies and Associate members) is: 120 Euro/ £109

Registration fee for non-EONS members: 170 Euro/ £155

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

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

To apply for this grant, please complete the relevant section when registering for the Summit. You will be asked to give a short statement about what you hope to learn from the event and upload a copy of your CV.

How to register

The deadline for registration and payment is 15 October 2017.

Please register using our online application form.

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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