Dallas, TX - Saturday 6/8/19

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Drug testing is part of a complete patient evaluation and ongoing risk monitoring in most medical practice settings when treatment involves long-term use of controlled medication. Today’s licensing board guidelines and rules, and position papers published by professional societies, make clear that...

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Nonopioid analgesics are oftentimes considered first-line therapy for most chronic pain syndromes. A strong understanding of these agents’ mechanism of action, pharmacokinetics, and toxicity profiles is paramount for today’s pain practitioner. This course will provide an in-depth look at each of the...

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Refreshments will be served.

Sponsored by Emergent BioSolutions.

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There are many potential underlying causes for neck and upper extremity pain. All too often, only the most common conditions, such as a disk herniation centrally or carpal tunnel syndrome, are explored. The purpose of this course is to review other common problems such as radiculitis, and not so...

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Lunch will be served.

Sponsored by SCILEX.

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Through the lens of medical expert testimony and case examples, attendees will learn core areas of risk mitigation with a focus on making electronic medical records and paper charting work for the practitioner to demonstrate prescribing in the usual course of professional practice. Overdose—a small...

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