I have completed my application, paid my fee, scheduled my exam, and now I am beginning to study! So why am I doing this? I have been in Hospice and Palliative Medicine for almost 30 years. I am a fellow and past president of the AAHPM. I am a founding member of the Academy, and … Read moreWhy am I taking the HMDCB certification exam?
If you missed the early application deadline to sit for the HMDCB exam, don’t worry! Attendees of AAHPM’s Assembly and virtual assembly will receive a discount code to waive the $250 late fee. Simply stop by the HMDCB booth, #418, and ask for the code. Hospice medical directors are a diverse group of professionals, many … Read moreHMDCB Certification Discount at Assembly
This post is from one of the Inspiring Hospice and Palliative Medicine Leaders Under 40. Thomas LeBlanc, MD MA was selected based on his involvement in AAHPM, educating others about hospice and palliative medicine, participation in charitable work, and mentoring of students or residents. Each honoree was then asked who inspired him over the course … Read moreThomas LeBlanc, MD MA – Inspiring Hospice and Palliative Medicine Leaders Under 40
Want to introduce palliative care and hospice as a positive kind of healthcare to patients and other healthcare providers? By Rebecca Goett MD American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) is highlighting our strength with our palliative power and hospice hero campaign. As palliative and hospice providers, promoting our field as a harmonized discipline … Read moreHelp Spread a Unified & Positive Hospice & Palliative Care Message
Listed below are a few articles from the most recent issue of the journal: Morphine or Oxycodone for Cancer-Related Pain? A Randomized, Open-Label, Controlled Trial Julia Riley, Ruth Branford, Joanne Droney, Sophy Gretton, Hiroe Sato, Alison Kennett, Christina Oyebode, Michael Thick, Athol Wells, John Williams, Ken Welsh, and Joy Ross The Role of Central and … Read moreHighlights of the February Issue of the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management