Nearly 2,300 people are expected to descend on Boston in the next few days for the AAHPM & HPNA Annual Assembly, and the burning question on everyone’s mind is … where am I going to eat? Actually, with the extensive array of educational sessions and networking opportunities planned for nearly every hour of the day, … Read moreEating Out in Boston: AAHPM Member Edition
… to find yourself in Boston, MA, for the AAHPM & HPNA Annual Assembly March 3-6! The Opening Reception is now less than two weeks away, but there’s still time to join more than 2,200 of your colleagues at the Assembly—click here for more details and to register. Already planning to attend? There’s so much … Read moreIt’s not too late…
Join the Humanities SIG at the Assembly in Boston for an illuminating discussion of the award winning book, This Republic of Suffering, on Saturday, March 6, 12:15 – 1:15 pm. Among the questions we’ll discuss: Prior to the Civil War, the end of life process commonly occurred at home, with family, the family physician, clergy, … Read moreWhat Does the American Civil War Teach Us About Contemporary Death and Mourning?
With the two weeks and counting to Annual Assembly we have a record number of pre-registrants all descending on the Hub. My HPNA co-chair and fellow Bay Stater, Pat Coyne, and I promise you a wicked good Assembly. We have a veritable smorgasbord planned and I’ve been given an opportunity in this blog to whet … Read moreAerosmith, The Cars, and now…The 2010 Assembly Plenaries: Boston Rocks!
I’m thrilled to welcome you to the official AAHPM blog. Many of you are frequent blog contributors and followers already, as there are several resources available within our online community. My hope is that AAHPM will provide yet another place where we can all congregate and connect with one another. With the successful use of … Read moreIs this thing on?