NHPCO event will include participant flexibility and innovation
The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization has announced that the in-person 2020 Interdisciplinary Conference (IDC) that was scheduled for October 12-14 in Little Rock, Arkansas has been re-envisioned. NHPCO will present the 2020 Virtual Interdisciplinary Conference, designed to take place over a three-week period, October 12-30, 2020.
The 2020 Virtual Interdisciplinary Conference will take place over the span of three weeks, with the same high-quality content and opportunities to engage that were planned for Little Rock. The conference will include both live programming and on-demand content. There will be more than 60 hours of on-demand content, falling within seven learning tracks, as well as opportunities for participants to network and connect with colleagues from across the country and with NHPCO staff. Additional downloadable resources that can be viewed off-line will also be available.
The Virtual Interdisciplinary Conference will include a virtual exhibit hall that will allow participants to meet and connect with a wide variety of vendors and service providers.
Participants will have access to the on-demand content and the keynote presentations the for the rest of the year, with CE/CME availability for the entire period. This gives participants almost three months to earn up to 60 CE/CMEs for this innovative conference.
“While we look forward to a time when we can re-convene the hospice and palliative care community face-to-face, the NHPCO staff is exercising its creativity and imagination to deliver a virtual event different from anything we have done before,” said NHPCO President and CEO Edo Banach.