2016 PAINWeekEND - Seattle, WA

PAINWeekEnd Seattle, WA 2016 Registration

Saturday 10/08/16

 

This is a 1 day meeting and will provide 6 CE/CME credits.

Price

Practicing Healthcare Professionals: $129
Industry: $179

Venue

Seattle Marriott Bellevue
200 110th Ave. NE
Bellevue, WA 98004

Schedule (preliminary and subject to change)

Click on a course name below to see the course description, UAN number, and AANP pharmacology credits.

Saturday

Times Session Faculty
7:30a - 8:00a Registration and Exhibits
Coffee will be served.
 
8:00a - 8:50a Chronic Pain Assessment Michael R. Clark,
MD, MPH, MBA
8:50a - 9:40a Sponsored Breakfast Program*
Breakfast will be served.
9:40a - 9:50a Break & Exhibits
9:50a - 10:40a The Role of Advanced Practice Providers in Chronic Pain Michael E. Schatman,
PhD, CPE, DASPE
10:40a - 11:30a Pain Pathophysiology Unraveled David M. Glick,
DC, DAAPM, CPE, FASPE
11:30a - 11:40a Faculty Q&A
11:40a - 11:50a Break & Exhibits
11:50a - 12:40p Sponsored Lunch Program*
Lunch will be served.
12:40p - 1:30p When Acute Pain Becomes Chronic Michael R. Clark,
MD, MPH, MBA
1:30p - 2:20p Pain Diagnostics: Clinical Pearls to Improve Common Tests for Pain David M. Glick,
DC, DAAPM, CPE, FASPE
2:20p - 2:30p Break & Exhibits
2:30p - 3:20p Sponsored Break Program*
Refreshments will be served.
3:20p - 4:10p Evidence Based Approaches to Chronic Pain Management: Time to Reconsider the Benefit of Technophilism Michael E. Schatman,
PhD, CPE, DASPE

Slides

Chronic Pain Assessment
The Role of Advanced Practice Providers in Chronic Pain
Pain Pathophysiology Unraveled
When Acute Pain Becomes Chronic
Pain Diagnostics: Clinical Pearls to Improve Commong Tests for Pain
Evidence Based Approaches to Chronic Pain Management: Time to Reconsider the Benefit of Technophilism