The MyNHPCO Steering Committee Opens the door for national leadership.

Have you wanted to enhance or share your expertise in Hospice or Palliative care? This is your chance to meet, network, guide and learn with other leaders in the field!

Steering Committee Member Opportunities:  

      • Participate in Community Chat Sessions
      • Participate in and respond to MyNHPCO Discussion posts
      • Work collaboratively with other Community members on subcommittees or special projects
      • Attend Community Meetings at national conferences whenever possible and assist where needed with MyNHPCO activities
      • Promote participation in MyNHPCO

Interested in Joining a Steering Committee? To Apply, Select Your Community Below: 
Note: You will need to click the blue Sign-in button in the upper right when you land on the MyNHPCO site 

Bereavement Professional | CEO/Executive Director | Certified Nursing Assistant | Clinical and Operations Management | Development/Public Relations/Marketing | Professional Education and Organizational Development | Finance/Information Systems | Integrative & Rehabilitation Therapies | Nurse | Pharmacist | Physician/Advanced Practice Provider | QAPI | Social Worker | Spiritual Caregiver | Volunteer Management

See Testimonials from Other Steering Committee Members:

I learn things that I may have not known, or my knowledge is expanded which allows me to bring it back to the organization and my team for our practice improvement.
– Karen Monts, Hospice of Michigan – Ann Arbor, Bereavement Steering Committee

I have enjoyed getting know my fellow committee members and especially working on the deprescribing toolbook. I hope that our work continues! …we value the insights of NHPCO and having a pharmacist group is great, especially to discuss regulatory and clinical cases with peers/colleagues.
– Alifa Waliji-Banglawala, Care Dimensions, Pharmacist Steering Committee

participation has given me insight into what other organizations are doing, general trends in hospice clinical education and organizational development, which have helped to inform our organization’s processes.
– Alyssa Cadwalader, Trustbridge, Inc. Professional Education and Organizational Development Steering Committee