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The 16th Annual APOS Conference will be from February 28 - March 2, 2019, at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.
This year’s theme is Emerging Models of Collaborative Cancer Care: Advancing Psychosocial Science and Practice in Oncology. It is the goal of the 2019 Program Committee to create a program that generates networking opportunities and offers conference attendees the information to achieve the following objectives:
Describe evidence-based interdisciplinary models of cancer care to improve access to quality psychosocial oncology services, particularly patient navigation, survivorship care, and distress management.
Translate scientific findings into quality whole-patient psychosocial cancer care via collaboration among researchers, practitioners, and advocacy groups, with special attention to vulnerable populations, including ethnic, racial, and cultural minorities, aging and pediatric U.S. populations.
Identify components of a survivorship model essential to whole patient care.
Define ethical approaches to patient care in challenging situations based on area of specialization.
The American Psychosocial Oncology Society (APOS) Scientific Program Committee invites you to participate in Pre-Conference Education Day held on Wednesday, February 21, 2018. These interactive workshops provide continuing education credits at either a half day (4 hours) or full day (8 hours) session. Pre-conference workshops will begin on Wednesday morning and the Opening Plenary kicks off conference sessions Thursday morning.
APOS Members will receive a reduced registration rate to the Annual Meeting.
Membership requirements are listed below:
Full Members: ACurriculum Vitae (CV) is required with the application. If a CV is not received, the application will be processed as an Associate Membership.
Associate Members: No Curriculum Vitae (CV) is required with the application.
Member-in-Training: A letter from the Advisor/Department Chair is required with the application.
Membership is not required to register for the meeting.