upcoming events

10.13.20 – 10.16.20

International Congress on Palliative Care
Montréal, Canada


Dr. Mulder and Tim Ihrig presenting:
“The Inflection Period in Advanced Illness: When Is It Time in the Life of a Patient to Reframe Our Health Care Focus?”

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5.14.20

Dr. Mulder Releases Album Inspired by the Compassion and Home

Our very own Dr. John Mulder has co-created an album, The World Around the Bed: Songs of hope and healing, to reflect the joys, sorrows and difficulties that are a part of life’s journey. Proceeds from the album will support PPE supplies for hospice providers. Follow the link to support the project and learn more.

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5.13.20

Mental Health and Aging Conference, Michigan State University
Kellogg Center


Dr. Mulder will be presenting a keynote address:
“The Role of Palliative Care in Dementia.”


NOTABLE PAST EVENTS

3.16.20

Social Work Hospice and Palliative Network General Assembly,
San Diego, CA


Drs. Mulder and Ihrig presented:
“Strategic Positioning of Hospices for the Next Generation of End-of-Life Care.”

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2.28.20

GVSU Art and Science of Aging Conference,
Grand Rapids, MI


Dr. Mulder presented the opening keynote address:
“Hope and Health at the End of Life.”

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11.5.19

Dr. Mulder, along with co-presenter Dr. Tim Ihrig, delivered a lecture at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Clinical Team Conference, Orlando, FL

“The Inflection Period in Advanced Illness.”


10.14.19

Dr. Mulder, along with co-presenter Dr. Tim Ihrig, delivered a lecture at the National Homecare and Hospice Association Annual Assembly,
Seattle, WA

“Strategic Positioning of Hospices for the Next Generation of End-of-Life Care.”


5.3.19

Dr. Mulder presented the closing plenary address at the Pennsylvania Hospice and Palliative Network annual conference.


11.6.18

Dr. Mulder presented a keynote, plenary address to general session of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Clinical Team Conference, New Orleans, LA

“The Myth of Patient-Centered Care.”