I don’t know about you, but my brain was fried by Wednesday afternoon when NPAC2019 concluded. With two hours of pre-conference sessions, 16 presentations over two-and-a-half days, six Best Practice Breakfasts each morning to choose from, AND over a half-dozen Dine with Docs dinner options, there was SO MUCH TO LEARN and so many people to meet!
As part of the NPAC2019 planning committee, I want to thank everyone who was part of the conference and made it so successful and fun. This goes to all of our speakers, the folks behind the scenes, and of course, all of you who attended. If you were unable to come this time around, mark your calendars for NPAC2020 which will take place in Orlando, Florida April 27 – 29!
One of the most interesting parts of NPAC is when our faculty panels answer questions from the audience. Like in other years, some really insightful queries were posed, followed by equally interesting thoughts about how to address the challenges. We plan on featuring some of these in future blog/newsletter posts, so stay tuned! This will also go for some of the questions which we simply did not have time to address. If, after reading any of them, you have further thoughts to share or questions to pose, please contact me (in relation to blog entries) at firstname.lastname@example.org, and Dr. Hirsch (in relation to newsletter articles) at email@example.com.