Cancer Nursing Today (CNT) delivers critical news and information to support oncology nurses throughout their education and careers, with the goal of advancing oncology treatments and care and promoting the nurse’s role in enhanced patient outcomes and quality of life.
Cancer Nursing Today (CNT) is a robust digital platform providing current, nursing-specific oncology news. CNT understands the leadership role nurses have on multidisciplinary teams. The platform harnesses that knowledge to curate cutting-edge cancer research, conference proceedings, practice updates, and published literature. In addition to its powerful website, CNT leverages e-newsletters and social media to highlight the best content from key opinion leaders in the field, keeping oncology nurses informed of best practices to improve patient outcomes.
Cancer Nursing Today (CNT) is supported by beyond Oncology’s nationally known oncology nurse leaders, educators, and medical writing experts. Their nursing experience spans over 40 years across the cancer care continuum: prevention, detection, treatment, survivorship, and end-of-life care. They improve patient care by empowering oncology professionals with the tools and resources to change practice.
Together, CNT and beyond Oncology believe nurses shape the world, transforming care one patient, family, community, clinic, system at a time. We understand and support nurses’ vital roles within the oncology team. You deserve crafted information to filter out the noise and enrich your precious learning time.
Through our content, nurses caring for patients at risk for or with cancer can access various topics relevant to their field and daily practice. In addition, aspiring nurses can find encouragement and knowledge in the growing profession. No matter your proficiency, certification, or educational needs, you can advance your professional development and education through our content application and find support translating evidence into practice.
The Cancer Nursing Today logo was intentionally designed to represent the 4 pillars of oncology nursing: Care, Community, Information, and Quality of Life. Within those 4 pillars is an inner circle that represents the focal point, our patients. The inner circle connects with an outer circle symbolizing oncology nurses, who are able to skillfully balance the 4 pillars while providing the best possible patient care.