September 11-13, 2020
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The PAINWeek 2020 National Conference will be going virtual. Current and emerging opinion leaders will present 75 CE/CME hours.
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We are pleased to announce that we are launching a new educational webinar series, PAINWeek Premiere, which will provide 3.0 CE/CME credit hours. Beginning on August 19, they will be presented twice per week—on alternating Wednesdays and Saturdays (except preceding/following holidays).
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