Announcements

  • Nominate Leaders and Innovators for ASPHO Awards

    Nominate colleagues who are making a difference in the field for ASPHO's prestigious Distinguished Career Award, Frank A. Oski Memorial Lectureship Award, and the George R. Buchanan Lectureship Award. Applications are also being accepted for the Clinician Educator Award and the Northwestern Mutual Award for Excellence in Childhood Cancer Survivorship. The call closes Wednesday, September 4, at 3:00pm CST.
  • Submit a 2020 Conference Workshop Proposal

    Share your knowledge -- submit a workshop proposal for the 2020 ASPHO Conference in Fort Worth, TX, May 6-9. The Call for Workshops closes Thursday, July 25, 3pm EST.
  • Complete Your Conference Evaluations

    If you attended #ASPHO2019 remember to login and complete your evaluations and print your certificate for your Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit. We value your feedback!
  • Assessment Resources Tailored to Your Professional Needs

    Maintain clinical expertise, receive CME or MOC Part 2 points, prepare for anticipated MOC Part 3 changes, or enhance your study for the initial certification exam with The KARE Toolkit resources.

    Choose the resources that suit your needs and focus on pediatric oncology, pediatric hematology or both.
  • Review Course Evaluations

    Be sure to complete your Review Course evaluation.
  • Vote in ASPHO Elections

    ASPHO regular and international members are encouraged to participate in the 2019 election, which seeks to add 2 At-Large Trustees to the Board of Trustees and 2 members to the Nominating Committee. Eligible voters received an email on January 22 with voting credentials. Contact Member Services at info@aspho.org if you misplaced your credentials and would like to vote. The election closes at 3:00pm CT, Tuesday, February 12. A subsequent announcement will be made to share the newly elected members.
  • Don't miss the 2019 Review Course

    Keep your advanced knowledge and practice current by attending ASPHO's 2019 Review Course Jan. 31-Feb. 2. Incorporating the newly revised ABP content outline, the course willl help you stay informed of established standards of care and enhance your preparation for the initial certification exam.
  • Register for the 2019 ASPHO Conference

    Join your colleagues in New Orleans, LA,  May 1-4 for the 2019 ASPHO Conference. ​Be a part of #ASPHO2019! 
  • Register Soon for the December 12 Webinar

    Mark your calendar for the first webinar in ASPHO's 2018-2019 series: Laboratory Evaluation of Primary Immunodeficiencies and Immune Dysregulation Syndromes, on Wednesday, December 12 at 3:00 pm CT.
  • Don’t miss important discussions – check your email preferences to receive messages right away!

    Set your email notifications so that you don’t miss out on important peer discussions. Email notifications can differ for each community, giving you control over how you receive messages. It's easy:

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  • Register for the 2019 Review Course

    Attend the highly anticipated 2019 Review Course to keep your advanced knowledge and practice current. Boost your knowledge for the ABP initial certification subboard exam and stay informed of established standards of care. Receive special offers only available to course attendees. Be sure to register by January 7 for discounted registration rates.
  • Save the Date for the 2019 Review Course

    Mark your calendars for the 2019 ASPHO Review Course on January 31 – February 2, 2019, in Irving, TX.  The course is offered every 2 years and is designed for physicians planning to take the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) examination for initial certification in pediatric hematology/oncology, as well as for fellows in training and practitioners who wish to review the established standards of care.
  • Accessing SIG Communities

    We are experiencing temporary technical issues affecting access to the SIG communities. We are working to correct the issue as soon as possible. Email addresses for SIG chairs can be found on http://aspho.org/membership/special-interest-groups/overview if you would like to communicate with SIG leadership in the meantime. Thank you for your patience.