Membership Rejoin

We Miss You!

While we are sorry that your APHON membership has expired, we are glad you are visiting this page to learn about all of the great things that come with an APHON membership. We hope after reviewing the benefits highlighted below you will decide to rejoin APHON today.

ACE Center 

APHON’s Continuing Educating Center is an e-learning tool that allows you to find courses, educational activities, exams, and evaluations to earn CNE, access certificates and maintain transcripts of all learning activities (including from external events!). Members get access to the free product catalog and a bank of 10 credits per year that can be used to earn CNE contact hours. 

Member Connection

The APHON Member Connection is more than a networking tool! You can use this benefit to find your mentor/mentee, find volunteer opportunities, talk with colleagues and discuss trending topics 24/7. Members are instantly included in the open forum and are encouraged to join additional specialty-focused subgroups.


APHON is committed to ensuring that Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses are provided with the latest information on pending legislative and regulatory issues and activities impacting the profession and patients. Learn more about how you can take action!

Member Discounts

APHON members receive discounts on conference and workshop registration fees, publications, additional ACE Center credits, the BMTCN®, and CPHON® certification exam as well as the CPON® recertification and more. 


Members are invited to join their Local Chapter. Currently, there are more than 50 chapters in the US and Canada, promoting education and networking at the local level.

Awards & Grants

APHON members are eligible for awards that are presented to pediatric hematology/oncology nurses who have been recognized as going above and beyond in their participation in APHON. Members are also eligible to apply for grant funding to support evidence-based practice and research products that improve the care of children, adolescents and young adults with cancer and blood disorders.