Evolving Strategies for Chronic Pain Management: Targeting Multiple Pain Mechanisms to Improve Efficacy and Reduce Opioid Abuse Potential

Supported by an educational grant from Depomed, Inc.

This activity is certified for credit.

Saturday, September 10

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Brera Ballroom
Level 3

Program Description
In recognition of the interrelated chronic pain and opioid epidemic, novel therapeutic development efforts are currently underway to better address the multiple mechanisms of pain while reducing abuse potential. Further, federal, state, and other organizations have implemented a variety of policies, guidelines, and programs aimed at supporting appropriate opioid prescription and reducing nonmedical use of opioids in patients with chronic pain. At the forefront of implementing chronic pain management efforts are primary care physicians (PCPs). This interactive symposium will provide PCPs education on safe opioid prescribing, the latest clinical trial data on newer pharmacologic options for chronic pain with reduced abuse potential, and strategies to overcome barriers to access.

CME Accredited Provider
Provided by North American Center for Continuing Medical Education, LLC, an HMP Communications Holdings Company

Charles E. Argoff, MD, CPE
Michael J. Brennan, MD

Registration Website

Registration Phone
(609) 371-1137

Registration Fax
(609) 371-2733

Contact Name
Tanya Kenevich

Contact Phone
(609) 630-6278

Contact email

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