Oncology Nursing Events

Education Calendar of Events for Oncology Nursing

Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey is committed to providing its nurses with the best and most current knowledge available through comprehensive continuing education courses. Listed below are the upcoming courses at Rutgers Cancer Institute. Additional information as well as registration information can be obtained by clicking on the particular event.

2018 Upcoming Events
Ongoing through
June 4, 2019

Free Online CNE Program:
Understanding CAR T-cell Therapy as a Treatment Option for Blood Cancer Patients

Registration Details: Click Link
Thursday, October 18

Healing Hope: The Promise of Healthy Survivorship

Registration Details: Click Link
Saturday, October 20

7th Annual Upstate NJ ONS Chapter Oncology Nursing Conference

Registration Details: See Flyer
Monday, October 22

ALK+ Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: Disease Information for Advanced Practice Providers and Nurses

Registration Details: See Flyer
Tuesday, October 23

Annual Roche Lecture:
New Frontiers in Managing Metastatic Breast Cancer

Registration Details: Click Link
Monday, November 5

BLS Training

Registration Details: See Flyer
Tuesday, November 13

Emerging Trends – CAR T-Cell Therapy:
The 6th Annual Sonya Greenwood Memorial Seminar

Registration Details: Coming Soon!
Tuesday, December 4

2018 Pharmacologic Review

Registration Details: Coming Soon!

Thursday, December 13th 
Tuesday, December 18th

Oncology Fundamentals

Registration Details:
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Important note for courses held at Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey:

Registration deadline is two weeks before course, subject to availability (course may close earlier). Course fees DO NOT include parking and must be received at least two weeks prior to the course.  Refunds will only be given to those who cancel 24 hours prior to the course.

For more information about these courses, please contact Nursing Education at 732-235-8784 or email


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