June 1-3, 2018
The Research Forum showcases the latest research and teaching methods in the field of healthcare communication. Participants can submit and present abstracts in the form of oral presentations, workshops, posters, special interest groups, etc.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Those interested in learning about the latest research and teaching methods related to communication and relationships in healthcare, including:
- Academic faculty researchers
- Medical educators
- Medical students
- Patient Experience professionals
- Healthcare administrators
- "Having attended many different types of academic conferences, at the AACH Forum I had some of the best discussions during and after workshops and presentations. It was invigorating to learn from peers, colleagues, and those with different perspectives. The approachability of speakers and presenters was a breath of fresh air.”
- "By far, the most interesting conference I've attended. Content, structure, leadership, and participants contributed to this.”
- “I was pleased to participate in many workshops with such open, thoughtful, interprofessional individuals. I felt most welcome (my 1st experience with this group)! I learned theories to relate to my practice and the blend of ethics, communication and professionalism are so important to the patient and professional's experience.”
- “I have greater ability to facilitate good teamwork, which will improve patient care. I achieved insights into how to better structure my communication training program. I also achieved more knowledge and sensitivity about the complexities related to obtaining consent for organ transplantation.”
- “Always a great learning community at AACH conferences. Attendees are supportive, gracious and helpful with their comments. The moderators are typically wonderful as well, allowing for great conversations to occur.”