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Call for Submissions

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The nurses at OncoLink believe that our patient care can only be improved through the sharing of information between colleagues. We envision this section as a tool for nurses, by nurses, to improve patient outcomes.

What type of submissions are we looking for?

Do you have a helpful patient teaching sheet you'd like to share? Is your practice or unit doing something unique that others could learn from? Is there a symptom whose management is close to your heart? We encourage you to put your experiences into words! Please use appropriate references to support your facts. If you have an idea, but are unsure about it's usefulness, drop us an email for guidance.

About your submission

There are no strict guidelines for submission. Editors at OncoLink reserve the right to edit as necessary for posting. Any pictures of people require a signed release.

How long will my piece be posted?

Your piece will be posted as long as the information remains current. If you would like to update your article at any time, contact us.

How to submit

Please send the idea for your piece in electronic format using our online form. If your piece is chosen for inclusion on OncoLink, you will be contacted by our Managing Editor.

Online Submission Form

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