The 2019 Virtual Conference, Overcoming the Challenges of Community-Based Palliative Care, was broadcast live via-Internet on July 17 and 18 from the offices of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization in Alexandria, Virginia. Participants of the live Virtual Conference have always enjoyed a three month period of unlimited access to the conference educational content via the Virtual Conference web portal.
For the first time, those who missed the live Virtual Conference can gain access to the exclusive conference website for keynote and concurrent education session recordings and presentations. The website also includes a powerful video library. View all of these resources on-demand when your schedule allows! Share content with your staff, volunteer groups and community partners. Return as often as you like to get the most out of this important content.
Hosted by NHPCO, AAHPM and HPNA, the Virtual Conference is a valuable professional development offering to help ensure individuals and organizations in the field are prepared to overcome challenges in community-based palliative care.
The Virtual Conference website is open now until October 18, 2019.
See and hear from:
• Lori Bishop, RN and Joe Rotello, MD
• Elizabeth Fowler, MPH
• Dan Hoefer, MD
• Ruth M. Thomson, DO
• And over 13 concurrent education faculty
Explore these topics and more:
• Opioid Abuse – Managing in the Community‐Based Palliative Care Setting
• The “Business” of Community‐Based Palliative Care
• Successful Transitions in Care
Don’t miss the opportunity to bring high quality content to your staff, training center, or even your home office.
- Members of NHPCO, AAHPM, HPNA: $750
- Non-Members (of any of these orgs): $1500
- CE/CME Credit is not available for recorded content.
Learn more about the conference content and register for access to Overcoming the Challenges of Community-Based Palliative Care.
Some quotes from participants of the live Virtual Conference:
“The presentations during this conference expanded my knowledge of the difference facets of palliative care that interact with my roles within Hospice. I will be better prepared to support my patients and my colleagues daily.”
“This was so eye opening…we have so much to do with regards to educating our patients and practitioners to make better decisions about interventions and treatments.”
“Have already started using the data on prognosis to help with informed decisions. Going to highly encourage as many healthcare professionals view this presentation as possible over the next 3 months.”
“Very enjoyable and engaging. I wish we had a member of our finance team in the room for this one – will encourage them to watch the recorded session when it is posted.”
“This was an extremely valuable presentation for me as our organization is in the process of getting a palliative care program off the ground. There were elements in the presentation that I was familiar but overall this really pulled it all together for me. I am also glad our administration was present to hear about the challenges these programs can face.”
Register for online access to Overcoming the Challenges of Community-Based Palliative Care.