Week in Review: November 9-13, 2020

Interested in serving on the PC FACS editorial board? AAHPM is seeing senior section editors for Basic Science; Bioethics; Spirituality and Humanities; and Pediatrics, as well as associate editors for Bioethics; Spirituality and Humanities; Geriatrics and Care Transitions; Psychosocial; Symptoms Assessment and Management. Applications are due November 17.


Academy members are encouraged to vote in the AAHPM annual election for future leaders. Voting closes on November 30 at 12 pm CT. Check your email from November 10 when your username and login were sent to you. Let your voice be heard.


AAHPM is planning to provide new content in 2021 along with a new learning platform. To make room for these new products, we are offering 50% off wide array of digital recordings through November 30 only. This is your last chance to access these products so don’t delay.


Faculty who were accepted to present for the 2021 Annual Assembly of Hospice and Palliative Care are invited to a Faculty Zoom Chat with AAHPM and HPNA staff. We will address your questions and provide support as we adapt to presenting in a virtual environment. Sign up for the Chat on November 23, 11 am-12 pm CT.


Register to participate in the 2021 Annual Assembly of Hospice and Palliative Care (February 17-19). We are redesigning the virtual experience so you can receive the best hospice and palliative care education and the opportunity to connect with others – in new and different ways. Check out the Schedule at a Glance to see what we have planned.


This week’s ABIM Blog includes updates relevant to hospice and palliative medicine diplomates regarding MOC and the Longitudinal Assessment option coming in 2022 for continuing certification.


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