Please share your interest and comfort level traveling to a large conference in the next year to help us determine the best way to design the 2021 Annual Assembly. Take this short survey by July 30.
Register to be a part of the AAHPM free virtual career fair on August 11, 10 am to 6 pm ET. Space is still available for employers looking to expand their hospice and palliative care workforce. Individuals looking for new opportunities will be able to meet with employers, search open positions, chat live with recruiters, and learn from helpful video recordings.
Participate in the Virtual Board Prep Study Thread on AAHPM Connect if you’re preparing to certify/recertify for the board exam. This group will present board style cased-based questions, allowing for both peer-to-peer knowledge sharing and direct interaction and Q&A with experts in the field. Simply add #HPMBoards20 when posting or replying to messaging in the Open Forum to follow the discussion.
AAHPM, NHPCO and HPNA Virtual Quality Conference this week was geared toward those seeking to increase their knowledge, improve their competence, and enhance their professional practice in developing programs. AAHPM board member Arif Kamal presented a session on Quality in Community-Based Palliative Care Programs, and PCQC board chair Steve Pantilat presented how PCQC will help you succeed in those programs.
Academy staff member Julie Bruno was invited to address the ACCME Board of Directors on the impact of COVID-19 on AAHPM’s programs. Included in her message was a call to address the grief and distress of healthcare professionals and the communities they serve in the context of three pandemics: COVID-19; racial inequalities and unrest; and an economic downturn. AAHPM offers numerous COVID-19 resources for you and your team.