2022 Virtual Interdisciplinary Conference
NHPCO’s 2022 Virtual Interdisciplinary Conference (IDC2022) website is live!
If you have already registered for IDC2022, access the website here. If you have not yet registered, it’s not too late! Register now and receive your log-in credentials to access all on-demand content and live event recordings through December 31, 2022.
Logins and passwords are emailed by firstname.lastname@example.org upon registration. Be sure to check spam/junk folders as logins may be filtered by some inboxes. For help with passwords, click the ‘forgot password’ link at the event entrance. For help with logins, contact NHPCO’s Solutions Center at 800-646-6460 or email@example.com.
A global workforce crisis in health care is on the horizon. By 2030, the WHO estimates there will be a global shortage of approximately 18 million health workers – 20% of the workforce needed to keep health care systems going. Additionally, the ongoing public health emergency has made a historic, multidimensional impact on staff. Hospice and palliative care organizations are already feeling the crisis.
NHPCO is committed to supporting hospice and palliative care providers during this time and that is why the fall virtual Interdisciplinary Conference will focus on workforce. This September, hospice and palliative care interdisciplinary teams will meet virtually to lead, inspire, and impact new possibilities in delivering care.
- Interdisciplinary Team Retention and Development
- Navigating Workforce Shortages in Challenging Times
- Transforming the Health Care Delivery System
We look forward to coming together this September. Please join hospice and palliative care teams and individuals from across the country to be a part of this exciting, educational experience.
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