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AAHPM
The professional organization for physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers specializing in hospice and palliative medicine
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National Coalition for Hospice and Palliative Care Jan 23
The early bird deadline for the State of the Science in Hospice and Palliative Care is one week away. Be sure to register by Jan. 30 before the price increase! We are proud to be a Supporting Partner!
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Dr. Amy Davis Jan 23
Early bird deadlines for the / Annual Meeting and the inaugural State of the Science Meeting in San Diego are quickly approaching! And hotel room blocks are quickly filling too!
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NHPCO News Jan 23
The early bird deadline for the State of the Science in Hospice and Palliative Care is one week away. Be sure to register by Jan. 30 before the price increase!
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AAHPM Jan 23
Be sure to register for the State of the Science by Jan 30 to beat the price increase!
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AAHPM Jan 23
DEADLINE APPROACHING! The early bird rate for the Annual Assembly ends January 30. Be sure to register now before the price increase.
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AAHPM Jan 20
The early bird rate for the Annual Assembly ends January 30. Register now to receive the lowest rate!
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Rachelle Bernacki Jan 16
What a fantastic group!!
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NHPCO News Jan 15
Thanks for joining us today, ! So glad to have you here to help educate policymakers and their staff about all things
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National Coalition for Hospice and Palliative Care Jan 15
Nice to see and Matt Duckworth at the We Are Hospice event. Thank you for your continued support and advocacy.
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National Coalition for Hospice and Palliative Care Jan 15
We Are resource fair is off to a good start. We were happy to cosponsor. If you are on Capitol Hill today, stop by.
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HPNA Jan 12
Join us for a Cannabis and Pain webinar on Jan. 15th! You will learn cannabis epidemiology, chemical composition and preparations, mechanism of action, medial indication, evidence for use in pain, and clinical considerations. Learn more and register,
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AMA Jan 9
Medical students are not just future physicians -- they are future leaders. Here are some tips on developing leadership skills and why these traits are important in the world of medicine.
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Ken Covinsky Jan 7
Did you know that the average physician interrupts their patient within first 11 seconds of the office visit? I will try to be better than this! Isn't it nice to know that there is such a low bar to being better than average?
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Christian Sinclair, MD, FAAHPM Jan 8
Kids are caregivers too. I've been thinking more about how to proactively identify and support child caregivers. Need to do a lit search. If anyone has any good starting points, I would love to hear them.
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Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (JPSM) Jan 7
Research literature on the intersection of dementia, spirituality, and palliative care: A scoping review
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HMDCB Jan 7
Apply today for the HMDCB Initial Certification and join over 1,100 hospice physicians who have already earned the HMDC Credential. Learn more and apply at .
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AAHPM Jan 3
My 92 year old father didn't need more medical care, by Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel
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Journal of Pain and Symptom Management (JPSM) Dec 30
Personal and interpersonal factors and their associations with advance care planning documentation: A cross-sectional survey of older adults in Australia
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AAHPM Dec 30
Join us for meeting...Plans Progress for the State of the Science in Hospice and Palliative Care Research Symposium
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Louise Aronson Dec 23
A young man started volunteering once a week. His presence and enthusiasm changed & brightened lives. It didn't take much. We might not all have his personality but we could all make a difference: Lights. Camera. Senior Center?
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