2013 Clinical Team Conference
Advance Registration for Preconference Seminars and the Main Conference has Closed - but attendees may register onsite at the conference.
Registration is still open for:
- Hospice Aide Drive-In - one or two days of training for CNAs and HHAs.
- Live Streaming Broadcasts - two sessions on September 25 are available.
Download the Registration Brochure (Please note this content is current as of Monday, June 24 and is still subject to change.)
The theme for NHPCO’s 14th Clinical Team Conference and Pediatric Intensive underscores a drive for the hospice and palliative care field to innovate and pursue excellence in all endeavors. The conference will explore the care continuum, interdisciplinary, team, medical, clinical, psychosocial, spiritual, bereavement and team innovation and excellence – in all their myriad facets, ideas, forms and outcomes.
Whether you provide care to patients and families directly through interdisciplinary practice, manage interdisciplinary team staff, lead quality efforts or are responsible for related practices and processes, you need to keep pace with evidence-based practice, adapt and respond to impending changes in the field, work in partnership with your community to meet patient and family needs across the care continuum and ensure that every component of the care and services you provide is excellent.
NHPCO’s 2013 Clinical Team Conference and Pediatric Intensive will offer extensive and intensive basic (for the novice), intermediate (for the proficient) and advanced (for the expert) educational sessions that will address a wide variety of topics, providing the opportunity for participants to realize these objectives:
- Practice in accordance with evidence-based standards and quality measures;
- Improve the quality of evidence-based, ethical, effective and efficient care at the end of life;
- Increase knowledge and competency in the assessment of patient, family and community needs;
- Create new approaches across the care continuum to improve access, care and outcomes;
- Advance care provided in diverse settings to diverse populations;
- Measure the quality of care, services and the systems that provide it;
- Identify regulatory requirements and develop approaches to ensure compliance;
- Expand pediatric palliative and hospice care for children and their families;
- Participate in self-care opportunities;
- Strengthen networking, discussion and sharing among hospice and palliative care professionals.
2013 CTC Faculty Website (Information for Faculty Only)