The ACCC 36th National Oncology Conference is an extraordinary opportunity to learn the latest process improvement ideas, connect with like-minded colleagues, and generate momentum for change within your organization. But don’t just take our word for it…
I really enjoyed the speakers during the early morning and early afternoon sessions that stretched the audience's thinking about how we should be approaching and developing our teams.
Tri-Cities Cancer Center
As this was my first meeting, I was very pleased to see how collegial and friendly everyone was. I made some great contacts with people from around the country.
Bryan M. Schmalhofer, MBA, RT(R)(T)
Manager, Radiation Oncology Operations
WellSpan Oncology Service Line
I met so many wonderful people and learned so many new things not only from the presentations but from colleagues as well.
Jill E. Andrews, BHS, RT(R)(T)
Administrative Director of Radiation Oncology
Cancer Care Center of Decatur, Decatur Memorial Hospital
The networking was particularly effective and allowed opportunities to share ideas.
Marsha Richardson, MSN, RN, OCN, CBCN
Director, Oncology Services
Parrish Medical Center
Loved the spotlight sessions . These are my absolute favorite because you get to hear great ideas from multiple practices.
Anne Marie Rainey, MSN, RN, CHC
Compliance and Quality Control Officer
Clearview Cancer Institute
Networking, idea sharing, learning practical programs and innovations that I could bring back to my cancer center. These are the things I value most about this particular conference.
Justin Drew, MSN, RN, NEA-BC
Director, Cancer Center
Middlese Health Cancer Center
Meeting other navigators and learning tools regarding shared decision-making and palliative care practices [was a particularly positive experience].”
Jennifer Wood, BSN, RN, CBCN
OCM Oncology Nurse Navigator/Quality Improvement Coordinator
Hollings Cancer Center, Medical University of South Carolina
I thought the featured speakers were exceptional and very inspirational.
Sally Molnar, MBA, RT(R)(M)
Director, Cancer Center
Morrison Cancer Center
I thought many of the topics and speakers were very interesting but more importantly, relevant to today’s oncology scene.
Megan Drouhard, RN, BSN
Learning from each other is a particularly positive experience. ACCC members are open to sharing best practices and helping raise the bar for all.
Jennie R. Crews, MD, MMM, FACP
Medical Director, Network Community Sites & Research Integration
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance