SCHEDULE

June 6th

Full Schedule

June 6th

7:15 – 7:55

BREAKFAST

Come get some food & coffee to jump start your day!

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10:00 – 11:00

Session 101

 

Moving from Patient-Reported Outcomes to Medical Informatics Approaches to Help Your Practice (101)

Meet the Research Experts offers the opportunity to speak one-on-one with leading authorities about getting your pain treatment research funded and published while viewing 100-plus scientific poster abstracts presenting the latest scientific findings

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10:00 – 11:00

Session 102

 

American Headache Society: Chronic Migraine Education Program (102)

The CMEP is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of migraine with an emphasis on chronic migraine, as well as on how to better diagnose and treat these serious problems.

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10:00 – 11:00

Session 103

 

How To Get Your Research Funded (103)

This interactive question-answer session provides an opportunity to engage a panel of experts including a National Institutes of Health (NIH) program officer and several clinical researchers. The discussion will include topics relevant to clinicians interested in pursuing all forms of clinical research. Funding opportunities for further research training and educational loan repayment, productive mentor-mentee relationships,

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JUNE 7th

Full Schedule

JUNE 7th

7:15 – 7:55

Cafeteria

BREAKFAST

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10:00 – 11:00

Session 201

 

Molecular Pathophysiology of Overlapping Pain Conditions

Participants will (1) learn about the science and critical role of psychology in pain management and (2) acquire skills and resources to enhance patient engagement in active pain management.

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11:15 – 12:30

Session 202

 

State of the Evidence Base: Ultrasound Guidance in Procedures

 This session explores diagnostic tools available to parse pain subtypes, as well as identification of molecular pathways in chronic pain that will define future therapeutic targets.

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JUNE 8th

Full Schedule

DATE

7:15 – 7:55

Cafeteria

BREAKFAST

Come get some food & coffee to jump start your day!

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8:00 – 9:00

Session 301

 

Practice Improvement Capabilities Based on the Strength of Medical Informatics

We now have the tools to capture the power of Big Data. CHOIR is one of the most extensive patient care registries to date, specifically for pain medicine providers and their patients.

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9:15 – 10:00

Session 303

 

Navigating Perception and Managing Expectations in a Changing Prescribing Environment

Front-line providers face conflict daily regarding opioid prescribing. Much of the information available simply describes guidelines rather than how to practically implement them or discuss them with patients who may not be open to change.

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