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Maggie A. Smith, DNP, MSN/Ed, RN, OCN

Maggie A. Smith is field medical director in GU Oncology at Pfizer, and director-at-large for the national Oncology Nursing Society (ONS), as well as nominating-chair and immediate-past president of the Chicago Chapter of ONS. Her clinical and research interest include being a voice for underrepresented and underserved populations. She is also, involved in community outreach and breast health education.
Leadership is not always a title, it is an action.
2:37 PM, Tue April 30, 2019
Putting yourself as No. 1 on your to-do list is not selfish or inconsiderate; it is your right, and it shows that you are making an informed decision to practice self-care.
6:09 AM, Sun December 16, 2018
Every year I attend the ONS Congress, and I find it to be an educational high, as I enjoy seeing oncology nurses from around the globe come together, networking, sharing best practices, mentoring, and presenting the latest and greatest data in oncology practice to our peers. This year, I will be presenting on the topic of leadership.
2:48 PM, Wed November 14, 2018
As oncology nurses we need to be aware of complementary therapies and how they may potentially interact with our conventional therapies.
7:00 PM, Mon October 22, 2018
As oncology nurses, we are uniquely positioned to proactively address the disparity in breast cancer mortality in the United States.
3:45 PM, Thu October 11, 2018
Nurses can influence patients’ health status directly through hands-on care and indirectly by engaging patients in their treatment.
6:41 PM, Fri August 31, 2018
Nurse leaders gathered to share innovative ideas to enhance the oncology nursing profession at this year’s Oncology Nursing Society Chapter Leadership Workshop, held in Pittsburgh from July 20-22.
7:33 PM, Thu July 26, 2018
More nurses are moving away from the stereotypical role as a bedside nurse and applying their skills to non-traditional roles.
7:19 PM, Tue July 24, 2018
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