Register for NHPCO’s 2021 Interdisciplinary Conference by Friday, August 20 to get the early-bird registration rates – a savings of up to $200. The virtual IDC21 will be held September 20 – 22, 2021 and is an event that fits your budget and schedule. The value of the conference extends beyond those initial three days as on-demand conference content will be available to registered participants through December 31, 2021 – including CE/CME availability
The IDC21 will help you stay up-to-date on innovations in the field and keep your professional skills sharp, while offering cost savings and additional benefits that the virtual 2021 Interdisciplinary Conference can offer. With dynamic keynotes, eight educational focus areas, a virtual exhibit hall, and opportunities to connect with your peers and engage with others, no matter where you are, you are at the center of IDC21 activity.
Meet the Keynote Speakers:
ALTON FITZGERALD WHITE
Broadway’s longest-running Lion King performer shares his secret to fulfillment and joy in everyday work and life.
JESSICA ZITTER, MD
Physician and Emmy & Academy Award nominated filmmaker Dr. Zitter will screen her new documentary, Caregiver: A Love Story, and discuss lessons to be learned.
JUSTIN N. BAKER, MD
Faculty member at St. Jude’s and Chief of the Division of Quality of Life and Palliative Care will discuss the importance of the work we do and the difference we make.
The IDC21 is a professional development event designed for the hospice and palliative care interdisciplinary team.
Register online by August 20 to get the biggest savings!