The International Society for Nurses in Cancer Care is hosting its annual conference, the International Conference on Cancer Nursing in the infamous London, United Kingdom from 29 March to 1 April 2020. Here are four highlights you will not want to miss from this four-day meeting, featuring a bustle of plenary sessions, poster sessions, interactive, educational workshops, and much more.
Networking: The Key to Success
As ICCN 2020 is attended by practitioners, researchers, educators and many others related to the field of cancer nursing, this event is a great opportunity for attendees to share their experiences and gain insight on practices from other insightful perspectives. Alongside interesting plenary presentations and captivating sessions, ICCN 2020 will also include social events and workshops where attendees will have an opportunity to connect with industry partners and broaden their horizons.
Back to the Roots
ICCN 2020 is heading back home to London where its host, the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care was founded in 1984. Join us at ICCN 2020's official conference venue, the Imperial College London for an in-depth historical experience of the cancer nursing history in the United Kingdom. After a busy conference day, enjoy a satisfying meal at a food market or one of the famous restaurants that are spread all over the city. Not only is the delicious food worth mentioning, but the wide range of impressive historical buildings scattered across the city is a sight to behold.
Learn, Try, Succeed
Take advantage of the pre-conference workshops as well as the exhibition, where attendees will have an opportunity to not only learn about trends and try new techniques but also succeed in their education beyond the classroom. Under the official conference theme of “Innovation and Inspiration: Celebrating the Global Impact of Oncology Nurses”, stay up-to-date on the latest nursing practices from different corners of the world.
Nurses - An Essential Part of the Workforce
Did you know that 2020 is designated as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife by the World Health Organization? By participating at ICCN 2020, you can be a part of a global movement and contribute to the development of the oncology nursing field. Considering that more than 50% of the health workforce are nurses and midwives, it is crucial that we celebrate, appreciate, and ensure that all nurses are receiving opportunities to further develop their knowledge.
Take advantage of our Early Registration pricing for all types of delegates, from students to ISNCC Members, Developing Nations, and Exhibitors. We look forward to welcoming you at the International Conference on Cancer Nursing.
The International Conference on Cancer Nursing (ICCN) is the longest running international conference for our profession and offers a unique opportunity to meet with international cancer nursing leaders from around the world, in one place, at one time.