2023 Summer Call for Abstracts is Now Open
The summer call for abstracts is now open through July 20. The Annual Assembly Planning Committee invites you to submit a proposal for the 2023 Annual Assembly taking place March 22-25 in Montreal, Canada. Learn more.
Call for Nominations Open Through July 1
The annual Call for Nominations for Officer and Board positions is now open! AAHPM members are invited to nominate colleagues or self-nominate for positions on the 2023-2024 Board of Directors. Positions include President-Elect, Treasurer, Secretary, Director-at-Large Physician Member, and Director-at-Large Interprofessional Member. Learn More.
Email and Tweet Your Senators to Advance PCHETA
The Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act is pending in the U.S. Senate as S. 4260, and AAHPM needs your help to ensure strong bipartisan support that moves the bill forward. E-mail and tweet your Senators and ask them to cosponsor PCHETA… or thank them if they already do. It’s easy using AAHPM’s Legislative Action Center!
AAHPM & NHPCO DEI Webinar Series
AAHPM and NHPCO are partnering on a complimentary two-part webinar series designed to provide practical cases and tools to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion on July 7 and 21. We all have stories, some good and some not so good. This webinar series will feature candid, authentic conversations around real world diversity, equity, and inclusion experiences from your peers. Register today.
2023 Call for Abstract Reviewers is Now Open
The Call for Annual Assembly Abstract Reviewers is now open! To be eligible to review abstracts, an applicant must be a current member of AAHPM or HPNA. All applications are due July 5 at 11:59pm PT. Learn more.
Attend the Advanced Pain Management Course, August 12
The Advanced Pain Management Course is being held in person, August 12 in Louisville, KY. This full-day, interactive workshop will use didactics, case-based simulations, coaching, and group discussion to immerse attendees in intensive learning about the safe and effective use of ketamine, lidocaine, opioid infusions, and buprenorphine. Learn more and register.
Attend the 2022 Intensive Review Course, August 11-13
The Intensive Review Course is back and in-person, August 11-13 in Louisville, KY. Prepare for your HPM board certification examination or attend to simply further your knowledge, reasoning, judgment skills, and more. View the schedule and register now.
Elevating Patient and Caregiver Voices using PRO-PMs
In a new blog post by AAHPM’s Quality Committee, read about how to honor the uniqueness of each patient’s story, and help patients and families play an active role in shaping their story’s course while living with serious illness. Learn More.
PCHETA Reintroduced in U.S. Senate
The Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act has been reintroduced in the U.S. Senate. AAHPM helped develop this legislation to grow the hospice and palliative care workforce, improve awareness, and expand research. Read this press release for AAHPM Board president Tara C. Friedman’s comments.
New AAHPM Learn Activities Available
Three new activities were recently launched in AAHPM Learn: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Fellowship Recruitment: Application Evaluation and Interviewing, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Fellowship Recruitment: Candidate Selection and Competency-Based Medical Education. These are available as a standalone activity or are available as part of the AAHPM Learn Subscription.