SAVE THE DATE – 21 to 23 June 2018

The Cancer Nurses Society of Australia will be having their 21st annual congress at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre next June. The theme will be Science, Symptoms and Service delivery.

The international keynote speaker will be Professor Christine Miaskowski. Professor Miaskowski holds appointments as Sharon A. Lamb Endowed Chair in Symptom Management Research in the School of Nursing and Co-Director of Research Centre for Symptom Management at University of California, San Francisco. She is recognised internationally as an expert in pain and symptom management research and has received numerous honours and awards throughout her career in recognition of her outstanding research and service in her disciplinary areas. She is the recipient of the prestigious Oncology Nursing Society/Roche Distinguished Service Award, the highest award presented by the Oncology Nursing Society in the United States.

The CNSA Annual Congress is an opportunity for cancer nurses to showcase their work. Nurses working in all areas of cancer care are encouraged to submit abstracts that relate to cancer nursing and the 2018 theme: Science, Symptoms and Service.

Abstract submissions are now open. You can find out more about how to submit by clicking here.

To find out more details about this exciting event, click here to go to their website.