2nd Annual Updates in Palliative Care Symposium
January 21, 2017
The Palliative Care Alliance in Research and Education (PCARE) invites you to join us in our 2nd Annual Updates in Palliative Care to share best practices in palliative care, learn the latest in symptom management and interprofessional communication, and network with providers and leaders in palliative care throughout California and beyond.
For more information and to register for this free event click HERE.
David Copenhaver, MD, MPH
Update on Advanced Pain Procedures at the End of Life
Charity Hale, PharmD
Update on Infusional Therapies at the End of Life
Nathan Fairman, MD, MPH
Bidirectional Impacts of the End of Life Option Act with Palliative Care
Nanette Joyce, DO, MAS
Update on End of Life Care in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Submit an Oral / Poster Abstract:
The Palliative Care Alliance in Research and Education (PCARE) invites you to submit an abstract poster on an interesting palliative care clinical case, recent palliative care research, or innovative palliative care quality improvement project.
Interested parties should send a 500 word max abstract and their contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abstracts should include:
Authors of accepted submissions will be notified of their acceptance. Posters produced from submitted abstracts should be on high quality poster prints that can easily be mounted to a poster board or wall.
For more information, please contact:
Chari Elijah, Email: email@example.com, Phone: 916-734-4597
ARDS: From Bioinformatics to Precision Medicine
Friday, June 17th 2016
Genome and Biomedical Science Facility, Auditorium
451 Health Sciences Dr., Davis, CA
(Registration is required)
Click here for agenda: AGENDA
Click here for abstract booklet: ABSTRACT BOOKLET
Free for UC Davis Postdoctoral, Graduate and Undergraduate students
$30— UC Davis Faculty and Staff
$40— Non-UC Davis individuals
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT ABSTRACTS: May 27th
Arial, font size 11. Should fit on one page.
Sections should be organized as follows: RATIONALE, METHODS, RESULTS, CONCLUSIONS.
Please be sure to include a Hypothesis in your rationale section of the abstract.
Up to two figures are allowed. Be sure size is such that text and data are easily readable.
Please send abstracts to Angela Haczku at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jason Adams at email@example.com.
Simon Vu of the Goldkorn lab presents to Professor Heike Wulff