AAHPM Week in Review: September 23-27, 2019

Registration for Ascend closes on Monday, September 30 so register soon. Ascend is an interactive 2-day course designed for hospice and palliative care professionals. Don’t miss this opportunity to attend! Whether you’ve just started your leadership journey or are a seasoned leader, this course will help you learn and grow. Small group activities will help you connect with your peers, rethink your practice and gain tools you and your team can use.

JPSM is seeking new Associate Editors for these defined areas: global health, clinical practice, QI and innovation, integrative medicine and diversity and inclusion. The term is for 3 years and will begin on January 1, 2020. Interested individuals should send a cover letter and CV to Laura Davis by October 4. Questions should be directed to David Casarett.

Call for proposals for both the Annual Assembly and State of the Science research symposium open on October 1. Prepare by reading the guidelines for the Annual Assembly call for case sessions and call for scholar e-posters and the State of the Science call for abstracts.

Dawn Levreau and Julie Bruno represented AAHPM at the American Board of Medical Specialties Conference September 23-25, in Chicago. The meeting brings together around 500 attendees from the Boards, medical specialty societies, state medical boards, health system educators, and others committed to innovation and relevance in physician lifelong learning.

AAHPM hosted the American Association for Medical Society Executives (AAMSE) Annual Conference Planning Committee and Board of Directors meetings this week. Allison Lundberg serves as the Chair of the planning committee and Steve Smith is the current AAMSE president.

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