September 3-7, 2019
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The national conference on pain for frontline practitioners. PAINWeek is the largest US pain conference for frontline clinicians with an interest in pain management.
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The regional conferences on pain for frontline practitioners. Depending on the location (1 or 2-day meetings), 6 to 12 hours per conference of CE/CME credit hours are presented.
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Naltrexone implants were shown to significantly improve medication adherence in HIV+ patients with opioid use disorder, according to a...
A committee convened by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has issued a report that examines the evidence for...
A research team...reports a significant advance in understanding the source of chronic neuropathic pain in humans. The discovery has broad ranging...
A PAINWeek attendee said that “Coming to PAINWeek is like eating brainfood. You feel so much smarter when you leave.”
This section of our Website houses insights and epiphanies from our stellar PAINWeek faculty. If you prefer smaller plates of information, then Brainfood is the place to go!View all >>
Complex care case managers (CCCM) can have a significant impact on care coordination for patients, resulting in more successful and positive patient outcomes. In the pain clinic, complex care case managers act as liaisons between patients, pain management providers, and other members of the multidisciplinary care team (both within a practice/hospital and in collaboration with community organizations) to ensure clear communication and coordination of care. Two complex care case managers talk about how they became CCCM and what they do.
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PWJ - PAINWeek Journal, like our website, is meant to extend the energy and experience of the national conference throughout the entire year. Each issue presents articles developed by our PAINWeek faculty, adapted from their respective conference presentations.View all >>