Are you a member of PHA’s membership networks for medical professionals? PHA offers PH Professional Network (PHPN) for non-physician clinicians and PH Clinicians & Researchers (PHCR) for physicians and PhD-level researchers. PH Professional Network (PHPN) is a community of pulmonary hypertension (PH)-treating non-physician clinicians dedicated to improving communication and professional development. PHPN members work together
The PHPN Mentor Program is actively recruiting new mentors to assist PH coordinators interested in pursuing PHCC Center of Comprehensive Care (CCC) or PHCC Regional Clinical Program (RCP) accreditation. Do you have some pearls to share after going through your center's accreditation? Your participation holds incredible valuable because of your knowledge about working in a
As part of Pulmonary Hypertension Awareness month this November, the Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) is launching a unique storytelling campaign called The Right Heart. The year-long campaign will celebrate the many ways people who have pulmonary hypertension (PH) are living their best lives. Part of the campaign includes The Right Heart blog and Facebook video
So, how PHAR have we come since PHAs patient registry was first piloted in the Fall of 2015? As of October 2017, 28 accredited CCCs (25 adult, three pediatric) have enrolled a combined total of nearly 400 patients into the PHA Registry (PHAR) with an additional 12 sites completing various stages of the onboarding process.
This training provides tutorials of PHA’s postcards/SGCF order form, map, calendar and meeting report from for PHA support group leaders.
The PHPN Mentor Program has recently made some changes to include PHCC accreditation mentoring. We are currently recruiting both mentors and mentees for this and other areas of mentorship. The PHPN Mentor Program is a six month, renewable contract between an experienced PH expert (mentor) and a health care professional with an interest and need
In May, PHA’s website moved to a more mobile-responsive platform to allow for better accessibility and ease of use for the PH Community and the general public looking to learn more about PHA and PH. Here are some quick links for PHPN membership, online and live medical education events and patient education resources: PHA’s Medical
This year’s Symposium is one you don’t want to miss! A few exciting things awaiting you at the 2017 PHPN Symposium: A New York Times bestselling author A new venue APN pharmacy credits A record number of speakers and abstract protocols The return of the highly-rated “Debate Session” plus other thought-provoking educational sessions led by
The Symposium Committee has been busy finalizing the 2017 PHPN Symposium which will take place Oct. 5-7, 2017, in Bethesda, Md. at new location: the Bethesda North Marriot Hotel and Conference Center. The 2017 PHPN Symposium theme is: Navigating the Future: Individualizing patient care in the face of increasingly complex treatment options. To find out
This committee examines the discussions in the PHPN email group in search of trends to determine which practice resources are needed or desired in the PH-treating community. If you have tuned in to a live webinar on PHA Online University lately, most likely it was planned by the PHPN Practice Committee. Vision Statement The Practice