AAHPM Week in Review: November 5-9
AAHPM leaders and staff members spread across the nation to attend educational events that support the field and aim to enhance your membership experience. Don't forget to apply to be a volunteer for AAHPM and read the Leadership and Career Development Resource Guide. Learn more.
Call for Volunteers Closes November 14
Share your skills and expertise by applying to be an AAHPM volunteer in 2019. This is your chance to give back, grow professionally, and advance the field. Complete the online application by November 14 for a chance to be a part of a committee, working group, or advisory group. Learn more.
AAHPM Week in Review: October 29- November 2
AAHPM closed out the month of October very strong. This week, the NCP Guidelines were published, the AAMC CFAS Diversity Committee produced an online D&I toolkit, the final call for Assembly abstracts closed, and more. Read the Week in Review to stay up to date with the Academy.
Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care
The 4th edition of the Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care is now available for download or purchase. These guidelines ensure people living with serious illness have access to vital care that can help meet their needs. Learn more.
AAHPM Week in Review: October 22-26
This was a busy week at the Academy. The Board of Directors met in Chicago, the AMA Opioid Task Force convened, deadlines are approaching for community leader applications as well as Assembly call 3 proposals, and more. Read the Week in Review.
AAHPM Week in Review: October 15-19
The week of October 15, scholars and Academy representatives attended the Kathleen M. Foley Palliative Care Research Retreat and Symposium, AAHPM's CEO presented at the National Medical Specialty Society CEO Summit, and the American Bar Association released an advanced care planning checklist for lawyers. Learn more.
AAHPM Week in Review: October 8-12
It has been a busy week at the Academy! The AAHPM Ascend leadership meeting was enlightening and revitalizing, paper and poster presenters were notified, the AAHPM election is in its final days, new education offerings were released, and a call for SIG leaders is now open. Read our blog to learn more about these exciting items.
AAHPM Week in Review: October 1-5
We are in a new month with a lot of items taking off. Annual Assembly registration is now open, as is the third call for abstracts, including case sessions and scholar e-posters. AAHPM was well represented this week at the fall AMA RUC meeting, at the American Medical Student Association's Residency Fair, and in Atlanta, urging the Senator to support PCHETA. Learn more.
CMS Awards AAHPM $5.5 Million Grant
AAHPM in partnership with the National Coalition of Hospice and Palliative Care and the RAND Corporation, were awarded a $5.5 million three-year grant from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to develop patient-reported quality measures for community based palliative care. Read the press release to learn more.
AAHPM Week in Review: September 24-28
AAHPM staff is preparing for a busy October, but don't miss out on the current offerings happening now. The board election is open for voting, we are currently receiving applications for the Access Fund scholarship, and the PallOnc Symposium is quickly approaching November 16-17, 2018 in San Diego. Read on for more information.