Mark your calendars now for INPCS22: Building Community and Breaking Barriers, our 2nd Annual Meeting, taking place virtually November 10-12, 2022.
This 2-1/2 day event will feature speakers, discussion panels, awards presentations, poster exhibitions, and more!
- Susan Schneider Williams, artist and advocate and widow of the late comedian and actor Robin Williams, will be receiving the award for INPCS Advocate of the Year, and will present a talk entitled "Lewy Body Dementia: Does a Diagnosis Matter?".
- INPCS President Benzi Kluger, MD will present "The Importance of Breaking Barriers and Building Community to Improve Care" as the 2022 Presidential Address.
- The INPCS Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to Kathleen Foley, MD, who will present a talk entitled "Access to Neuropalliative Care: A Human Rights and Public Health Challenge".
- Jennifer Siedman, from the Courageous Parents Network, will give a presentation entitled "Walk With Me: Accompanying Families Caring for Children With Serious Illness".