Why You Should Attend
Enhance the delivery of hospice and palliative care.
Provide your patients and caregivers with the latest evidence-based practices. Learn from cutting-edge scientific research and positively impact your hospice and palliative care team to provide optimal care.
The Annual Assembly is presented in a hybrid format, creating an engaging educational experience for every attendee. Either in-person or virtually, content is provided to meet the unique needs of each participant.
The Assembly experience is designed to engage the mind, body, and spirit of our attendees.
Make connections with colleagues.
Connect with hospice and palliative care professionals who face similar challenges. Feel the support and rejuvenation from the member of our hospice and palliative care community. Share best practices, ask burning questions, and build relationships.
Join the best party in hospice and palliative care!
Mark your calendars for March 22-25, 2023. Virtually or in Montréal, Canada you don’t want to miss all that Annual Assembly 2023 has to offer.
AAHPM and HPNA strive to ensure that participants in our activities experience a welcoming environment that offers a healthy, productive community and workspace for all attendees.
We take pride in creating an environment that welcomes, engages, inspires, and empowers everyone to reach their full potential while appreciating the rich diversity of all individuals in our increasingly global hospice and palliative care community. We support equality of opportunity and treatment for everyone. A commitment to a welcoming environment that embraces diverse perspectives, cultures, and experiences is expected of all attendees, including guests, staff, contractors, exhibitors, and participants in educational sessions and social events.
"Annual Assembly is where you are reminded that you are part of something bigger and that your community sees you, supports you and is here to nourish your path. I always leave with a renewed sense of purpose, connection and energy which translates to my daily practice."
—Shellie Williams, MD FAAHPM