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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Why Attend?

World Class Continuing Education

More than 120 hours of the most up-to-date evidence-based scientific instruction available:

  • Cutting-edge educational sessions
  • Faculty who are leaders in their field
  • Face-to-face interactions with expert speakers during the conference
  • Networking with colleagues in pain management

The conference of choice for busy pain professionals

  • Multiple session offerings allowing you to choose the best fit for your educational needs
  • Universal access to scientific assemblies, symposia, and special presentations on a first-come, first-served basis
  • More than 100 exhibiting companies invite you to visit and browse new products, see demonstrations, and ask questions

Additional activities

  • PAINWeek 101
  • Keynote Presentation
  • Exhibit Hall Welcome Reception
  • Scientific Poster Session
  • Exhibit Hall Closing Reception

Las Vegas

While at PAINWeek, plan on spending a night exploring the City of Entertainment for world class dining options and memorable shows. The 2018 conference will be located right on the Las Vegas Strip with easy access to all Vegas has to offer.

Listen to the Experts

“PAINWeek…is a tremendous, exciting, dynamic conference that really emphasizes patient care and science simultaneously in a manner that’s unique compared to other conferences.”

- Charles E. Argoff, MD, CPE, Professor of Neurology, Albany Medical College

“If I were in an elevator and had the opportunity to tell someone about PAINWeek, I would emphasize to them that there is no place else in the world that they could get access to as many experts and as much important cutting-edge information as there is here in Las Vegas every year.”

- Michael R. Clark, MD, MPH, MBA , Vice Chair, Clinical Affairs, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

“There is no other meeting in the country that takes all the people caring for patients with pain and puts them together in one venue. Even though the presentations at PAINWeek are so important, what happens in between presentations is equally important.”

- Ilene R. Robeck, MD, co-chair of the National VA Primary Pain Task Force and Director of Virtual Pain Care at the Richmond, VA Medical Center

Hear from more attendees at the
PAINWeek YouTube Channel.