Last week I attended the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization’s annual springtime meeting in Washington DC, cherry blossoms and all!
It was a time to catch up on all the issues facing our hospice and palliative care movement, to reconnect with old friends...
Jeanne Dennis, Susan Bruno, Patti Moore and Andrew Reed
Pauline Taylor, Demetess Harrell, Patti and Larry Farrow
and to make new ones...
Dr. Angela Katz and Patti
Even though the name of the event has changed to the Leadership and Advocacy Conference, it was really a gathering of the Hospice Clan.
The opening plenary speaker stretched our capacity to think with our logical brains by entering the auditorium playing his electric violin. His music was simply stunning. A classically trained violinist, Kai Kight shared the inspiring story of how he chose to become an innovative composer in a field that values conformity.
Kai Kight opening plenary speaker at NHPCO 2019
Similarities between the music world and...