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A twice-monthly gathering of hospice and palliative care professionals learning from each other and improving the care we provide our patients

Established in 2020 as a result of the move to virtual learning that happened during the pandemic, the HAPC Virtual Didactics serves as a platform for anyone interested in palliative care to have access to high-quality lectures from experts in the field. Click the “Sign Up” link to sign up for the lecture series, and click on “Blog” to view past or current lectures. Click on the picture of the lecturer to enter the Zoom (synchronous) or YouTube (asynchronous). Links are typically updated within a day of the lecture.

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12.7 Corrine Layne-Stewart

Happy December! We have two more lectures scheduled for this year and are working on filling the lecture spots for the first half of 2023! Sign up to give a lecture here if you’re interested. I enjoyed hearing from Dr. Corrine Layne-Stuart on Cancer Rehabilitation! Dr. Layne-Stuart is an Assistant Professor in the department of Anesthesiology at […]

11.17 Jason Webb

Looking forward to hearing from Dr. Jason Webb on Palliative Care for Hematologic Malignancies today at noon. Dr. Webb is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University and the Section Chief of Palliative Care, Knight Cancer Institute. He directs the clinical, education, and research programs for the Section of Palliative Care […]

11.2 Brook Calton

Dr. Calton is the Medical Director of Palliative Care for Mass General Brigham Population Health Management and directs the home-based palliative care program for the health system.   From her home-based palliative care experience, she became interested in telemedicine as a mechanism to extend the reach and sustainability of home-based programs.  Dr. Calton conducts research, designs […]

10.20 Dr. Sadie Smith

Really enjoyed this lecture entitled “Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Perspective from Interventional Pain Management.” Dr. Smith is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Pain medicine within the Department of Anesthesia at Penn State Health. Click on her picture above to watch the recording!

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