AAHPM Week in Review: February 11-15

Happy Valentine’s Day! AAHPM members enjoy special savings all month long. If you’re interested in purchasing the 6th edition of the Primer of Palliative Care or Equianalgesic Tables, they are 50% off through February by using code PRIMER2019 and ETABLE2019. Note: the new 7th edition of these products will debut March 13. Shop now. Applications … Read moreAAHPM Week in Review: February 11-15

Highlights of the February 2019 Issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

Read the editor’s picks for the most recent issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (JPSM), the official journal of AAHPM. Symptom Trajectories Are Associated With Co-occurring Symptoms During Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer Meagan Whisenant, Bob Wong, Sandra A. Mitchell, Susan L. Beck, and Kathi Mooney Palliative Care Clinician Overestimation of Survival in Advanced Cancer: … Read moreHighlights of the February 2019 Issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

AAHPM Week in Review: January 28 – February 1

The extreme weather conditions caused the AAHPM offices to be closed on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. To accommodate any requests during the down time, we will be extending the Annual Assembly early bird rates through February 4. We hope you will join us in warm and sunny Orlando, March 13-16, 2019. Visit annualassembly.org … Read moreAAHPM Week in Review: January 28 – February 1

Highlights of the January 2019 Issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

Below are the editor’s picks for the most recent issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (JPSM). To access the articles, you must subscribe to JPSM or be a member of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM). Triggered Palliative Care for Late-Stage Dementia: A Pilot Randomized Trial Laura C. Hanson, Christine E. Kistler, Kyle Lavin, Stacey … Read moreHighlights of the January 2019 Issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management

AAHPM Week in Review: December 10-14

This week AAHPM hosted two meetings that will have a lasting impact the field. The first one, the Palliative Care Quality Collaborative, focused on developing a new quality improvement organization that would house a unified national palliative care data registry. Representatives from CAPC, NPCRC, GPCQA and PCQN were in attendance. The second meeting included members … Read moreAAHPM Week in Review: December 10-14