International Neuropalliative Care Society Annual Meeting

November 4 – 6, 2021  |  10:00 AM EDT

 

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This year’s online conference will focus on the theme of Taking Flight, celebrating the new society and highlighting the emerging prominence of the field.

The conference will offer attendees the ability to learn from experts in the world of neuropalliative care, hear updates in practice patterns, review the state of the science in neuropalliative care, and network with hundreds of others who are interested in the field. This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of PeerPoint Medical Education Institute and the International Neuropallative Care Society. PeerPoint Medical Education Institute is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

PeerPoint Medical Education Institute designates the live format for this educational activity for a maximum of 15.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Thursday, November 4

10:00 AM

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Presidential Address: Taking Flight – a Vision for the Future of Neuropalliative Care

10:45 AM

EDT

Lifetime Achievement Award presented to Jerome Kurent, MD

11:30 AM

EDT

Bringing Neuropalliative Care into Practice: Lessons from an International Panel

2:00 PM

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A Prescription for Better Care: Views from People Living with Neurologic Illness

3:15 PM

EDT

Exploring Palliative Care Needs of Children Living with Neurologic Illness

Friday, November 5

10:00 AM

EDT

Palliative Care and the Art of Leadership

11:15 AM

EDT

Evidence for the Effectiveness of Personalised Palliative Care in Improving the Quality of
Life of People with Neurological Disease

12:30 PM

EDT

Exorcising Demons: What is Spiritual Care and Why Patients with Neurodegenerative
Disease Might Benefit from It?

3:00 PM

EDT

2021 INPCS Outstanding Scientific Contribution Award presented to Christine Ritchie, MD
& State of the Science 2021 – Neuropalliative Care

4:15 PM

EDT

Increasing Equity and Diversity in Neuropalliative Care

6:15 PM

EDT

Improving the Well Being of Family Caregivers : Priorities for Moving Forward

Saturday, November 6

8:00 AM

EDT

Bringing Neuropalliative Care to Under-resourced Communities: Lessons from India

9:15 AM

EDT

Discussion Plenary: Medical Aid in Dying

10:30 AM

EDT

Attending: Bringing Mindfulness to the Care We Provide Others and Ourselves

1:00 PM

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Neuropalliative Care Advocate of the Year & The Tara Cook Award for Innovation in Neuropalliative Education

1:30 PM

EDT

Cultural Sensitivity and the Brave New World of Neuropalliative Care

2:45 PM

EDT

Positive Interventions and Outcomes: Opportunities for Neuropalliative Care

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