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Oct 2019

 14-16 May 2020




Dr Kim Kuebler is a national and international thought leader in chronic conditions and palliative care. Three decades of clinical practice, research, publications and health policy have produced: 8 award winning textbooks, multiple peer reviewed interdisciplinary papers, research investigating nurses self-perceived knowledge with actual knowledge in the effective management of symptomatic chronic conditions. First Nurse Practitioner appointed to the Hospice and Palliative Care Nurses Association and one of the first appointed Nurse Practitioner at the Connecticut Hospice (first hospice in U.S). She studied with Macmillan Nurses in Oxford England and is a Mayday Pain Fellow from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY. Kuebler has multiple state and federal appointments: Medicare Evidence Advisory Committee, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, Michigan Governors Commission on End-of-Life Care, Institutes of Medicine and the World Health Organization. Director and Founder of the: Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center and developer of the National Health Policy and Clinical Practice conference – in collaboration with the Agency for Health, Research and Quality. Kuebler is a full-time specialty provider in spine and orthopedics with Ortho Sport and Spine Physicians in Savannah, GA.

Kim Kuebler, DNP, APRN, ANP-BC

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