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Start or grow your palliative care program by joining HPCAA as CAPC Member. CAPC offers hundreds of practical tools and training for hospital and community-based palliative care programs. 
HPCAA members receive a 10% discount for 2018 CAPC Membership! (new CAPC members only)   https://www.capc.org/membership/benefits/

Webinar Partnership- Essential Education Webinar Network
Webinars specific to hospice and home care - typically non-clinical topics focusing on volunteer, management, compliance, communication, etc.   
Click here to access the full list of webinar opportunities (upcoming live and previously recorded)
Click here to access recorded webinars - may be viewed up to 6 months after the live webinar 

April 10 - "Hospice Policy Update: Where are We & Where are We Going?"
April 12 - "Social Media Policy Mistakes: Is Your Organization at Risk?"
April 17 - "Managing Client Expectations Realistically and Respectfully"
April 19 - "Prudent Hospice Approach to Live Discharge Series: Managing Live Discharges"
April 26 - "Key Strategies for a Successful Emergency Department Patient Transition Program"


"Reconstructing the Continuing Bond: Finding Meaning in Bereavement"

Presented by: Robert Neimeyer, PhD, Professor, Dept of Psychology, The University of Memphis

Wednesday, August 29, 2018 / 9:00 - 4:30 / Central Arkansas Area
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October 15 (preconf), 16, & 17, 2018
Hot Springs Convention Center - Historic Downtown Hot Springs, AR
Hotel Hot Springs - Room Booking Code "HOSPALL18" / 877-623-6697
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Click here for printable Support Application
Click here for printable Exhibitor Application

The goal of Hospice & Palliative Care Association of Arkansas conferences is to provide an opportunity for health care professionals to receive the latest information on hospice, palliative and end-of-life care.

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