Call for Interactive Educational Exchange
This call is now closed.
Are you interested in presenting* at the Annual Assembly of Hospice & Palliative Care, March 14-17, 2018 in Boston, MA? This 90 minute special session will provide a structured, interactive, and hands-on forum for palliative care educators from all disciplines. Materials and methods from model educational initiatives will be presented and shared including curricula, program development, educational process, assessment tools, online materials, and research in teaching and evaluation.
Professionals and trainees involved in education from all palliative care disciplines are encouraged to submit. The educational innovation can be directed at a wide variety of learners, including trainees, colleagues, faculty, and interdisciplinary learners. Following submission, a panel of interdisciplinary, experienced palliative care educators will review the abstracts. Authors of selected abstracts will give a formal, 5 minute presentation at the Interactive Educational Exchange session in Boston. All presenters will then breakout to individual stations to answer questions and provide an interactive, hands-on experience with their innovation-specific materials for interested attendees.
The Annual Assembly is an opportunity to share and disseminate best practices in the field. Authors are asked to consider both the impact of their proposed topic or research on underrepresented and underserved populations and its relevance to the diverse groups of attendees. Accordingly, presenters are encouraged to address issues of cultural competency in their abstracts, case examples, and presentations. When applicable, presenters are encouraged to describe how issues of cultural diversity and inclusion are considered in their specific aims or session narrative.
Selected abstracts will be published as part of the Annual Assembly schedule in the Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. If your abstract is selected for presentation and has been previously printed in a Peer Reviewed Journal, it will not be published in JPSM to avoid copyright infringement.
View sample abstracts from previously presented innovations.
- Submissions should further the Annual Assembly Purpose and Objectives
- To submit an abstract, one should be a palliative care educator at the professional or trainee level (trainees are encouraged to submit with mentors). All disciplines are encouraged.
- Abstracts submitted to but not selected for prior Interactive Educational Exchange sessions may be resubmitted with updated data and content.
- If your abstract is accepted, at least one author should be prepared to attend the 2018 Annual Assembly in Boston, MA.
- Abstracts should be 400 words or less and include:
- Objectives of the Innovation (2-5 total)
- Submissions will automatically be sent to the AAHPM office once completed and submitted on the website. Hard copy proposals will not be accepted.
*Presenters of accepted proposals are required to register for the Annual Assembly and pay appropriate fees related to their attendance as well as travel and expenses.