Why Exhibit

PAINWeek has a pulse, and it is palpable. In 2018, over 2000 attendees assembled to create the largest US pain conference. PAINWeek is more than a conference. It is an experience.

Promote your company to pain management practitioners.

For more information or to commit to a sponsorship at the PAINWeek 2019 conference

Contact Redza Dempster: rd@painweek.org or (973) 415-5110

Who Attends

PAINWeek 2018 Demographics

PAINWeek 2019 Exhibitor and Industry Opportunities

2019 PAINWeek Exhibit Application

Click here for the Exhibitor Kit/Manual

Sponsor various amenities that fit your marketing budget:

  • Exhibit and Sponsorship Prospectus: Promote your company to pain management practitioners. Click here to view exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities.
  • Extra Exposure Catalog: Click here to view the Extra Exposure Catalog.
  • Call for Satellite Events: Reach practitioners with an interest in pain management. 
  • Call for Abstracts: Submit your abstract for the poster presentations.
  • Corporate Events: Take advantage of PAINWeek to host your corporate events!

Exhibitor List

2018 Exhibitor List

1st Providers Choice Pain Medicine EMR Software

18 Health Medical Supplies

Abbott

ABEO Footwear

Acadian Diagnostic Laboratories

Adapt Pharma

Advanced Pathology Solutions

Advin Biotech

Alpine Health & Wellness

Alternative Biomedical Solutions

American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine

American Headache Society

Amgen/Novartis

AnazaoHealth Corporation

Arbor Pharmaceuticals, LLC

Aspen Medical Products

Assertio Therapeutics

AXIS Toxicology & Clinical Lab Services

Baxter, T. Inc

BioDelivery Sciences International, Inc

Biopharma Services

BioPhysics Labs

Bioventus LLC

Carolina Liquid Chemistries Corp.

Center for Pain and Stress Research Ltd.

CGM LABDAQ

Clarius Mobile Health

Clear Assessments

Clinical Pain Advisor

Clio Laboratories, LLC

Coachcare

Collegium Pharmaceutical

Compulink Healthcare Solutions

Confirm Biosciences

CoxHealth

CureRx Pharmacy

Daiichi Sankyo, Inc

DocRx

DrFirst

Drug Testing Program Management

DrugScan

Enhanced Clinical Nutrition

Fidia Pharma USA Inc.

Galt Pharmaceuticals

Gensco Pharma

GoHealthcare Consulting and Business Development, Inc.

HaloDoc

Hamilton Robotics

H-Wave

Infinity Massage Chairs

Innovida Pharmaceutique Corporation

International Pain Foundation

Ipsum Diagnostics

Kaia Health

kaléo

Kashi Clinical Laboratories

K-Laser

LASR Clinics International

Las Vegas HEALS

Medterra

Millennium Health

Multi Radiance Medical

National Medication Management

Nova Labs

PainCare Health Records

PainCareLabs

Pain Medicine News

Parkway Clinical Laboratories

Pernix Therapeutics

Practical Pain Management

Predictive Biotech

Promius Pharma

ProveIt!

Quell by NeuroMetrix

Quest Diagnostics

Randox Toxicology

Recro Pharma

Regenesis Biomedical

RST Sanexas

Royal Bee

Salix Pharmaceutical

Scilex Pharmaceuticals/ZTlido

Southwest Labs

Success Concepts Medical Books

Taylor & Francis Groups

Teva

Thermo Fisher Scientific

UCP Biosciences

University of Maryland, Baltimore

US Army Medical Recruiting Brigade

US Pain Foundation

US WorldMeds

Wolters Kluwer

Versea Holdings/MedArbor

West Therapeutic Development

WHERE Las Vegas

ZC Lab Services

Call for Satellite Events

Reach the Largest Audience of Frontline Pain Practitioners with an interest in pain management!

Deadline for submission of applications is May 3, 2019.

Satellite Events Planning Kit

We invite proposals for certified CE/CME activities and noncertified promotional programs for the national conference. We expect 2,400+ healthcare professionals assembled for the largest US pain conference for frontline practitioners.

Click here to view the Satellite Events Planning Kit.

About Satellite Events

Both types of programs are available all five days of the conference (September 3-7) and are held during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Sponsors may choose to provide a learning session, showcase, or demonstration of timely and relevant material, including new therapies, devices, and clinical tools.

PDM FAQ

Click here for the PDM FAQ.

CME Symposia application

Click here to view the PDM (non-CME) event application.

PDM (non-CME) event application

Click here to view the PDM (non-CME) event application.

Call for Poster Abstracts

Scientific Posters

The abstract submission system is now open! PAINWeek invites you to submit abstracts for posters to be presented at the PAINWeek 2019 National Conference.

Deadline for submission is 5:00pm EST, Friday, July 26, 2019.

Call for 2019 Abstracts

PAINWeek invites you to submit abstracts for posters to be presented at the PAINWeek 2019 National Conference. Plan now to have your poster included! The abstract submission system will officially open in Spring. Please review the guidelines below.

Scientific Session Chair, Joseph V. Pergolizzi, MD, and Co-chair, Srinivas Nalamachu, MD, invite you to submit abstracts for posters to be presented at the 2019 PAINWeek National Conference. More than 2000 attendees from across the country are gathering to foster solutions to the problem of inadequate pain control. To enrich the attendee experience, we offer poster sessions to share the latest information from current research and clinical findings with our attendees. Abstracts may be research oriented or evidence based that are relevant to frontline practitioners who treat patients in pain.

Deadline

The deadline for electronic submission is 5:00pm EST, Friday, July 26, 2019. All authors will be notified via email on or by August 16, 2019.

Abstract Guidelines

  1. Presenting author(s) or presenter(s) of accepted abstracts must register at the current registration rate to attend the PAINWeek National Conference. Submission of an abstract does not automatically register you for the conference.
  2. Abstracts may be of original research or encore (repeat) presentations of abstracts, ie, PAINWeek will accept abstracts that have already been presented at other medical conferences.
  3. Abstracts should be 1300 words or less, with maximums as defined below. (Titles, author names, and affiliations are not included in that word count)
    • Purpose: 350 words
    • Methods: 350 words
    • Results: 400 words
    • Conclusions: 200 words
  4. List affiliations for all authors, such as universities and other institutions.
  5. 5. List names of all authors, in the order in which you wish them to appear in printed text. One listed author must attend PAINWeek to present.
  6. List disclosures (financial and/or in-kind support). If none, state “Nothing to disclose by any author(s)”.
  7. Please indicate whether you are interested in being considered to present orally.
  8. Do not use tables, charts, or graphs in your abstract submission (they can be included in the actual poster).
  9. There is no limit to the number of abstracts one author may submit for consideration.
  10. The first author is responsible for communicating all these policies to all involved parties.
  11. Student authors are permitted to submit.

 

Disclosure

PAINWeek requires faculty and poster authors/presenters who have an interest in selling a technology, program, product, and/or service to healthcare professionals to disclose this information in order to be considered for and/or present at any PAINWeek educational session.

Publication

If your abstract is accepted, you will be notified on or by August 16, and the abstract will be posted online by August 27. Only accepted abstracts will be posted online. Posters will not be published online.

Poster and Presentation Guidelines

  1. After acceptance, format your abstract into a poster which may include graphs, tables, and charts.
  2. Maximum poster size is 42" high x 90" wide.
  3. Authors/presenters should bring their posters with them to the conference. Please do not send posters to the PAINWeek offices or in care of PAINWeek.
  4. Detailed instructions will accompany acceptance notices.
  5. While first authors typically attend the conference in person, PAINWeek allows other listed authors to attend in his/her place.
  6. Recording by any means (photographing, audiotaping, videotaping) of any presentation/session is prohibited, except by a PAINWeek authorized agent or by first author(s) who wish to photograph their own poster presentation. Violators risk confiscation of their equipment and/or dismissal from PAINWeek.
  7. QR codes with a maximum size of 1" by 1" are permitted in the lower corner of posters. Scanning of a QR code only by participants using smart phones or other mobile devices is permissible.
  8. Interactive content/features on printed posters that can be viewed using smartphones or iPads is allowed (for example, additional graphs, animations, videos related to the printed poster content).
  9. Presenters may use an iPad or tablet to facilitate their presentation, but it cannot be using in lieu of a printed poster. Tablets may also be available for viewers to see the interactive content during the poster presentation time.
  10. Supplementary information on how to download relevant QR codes and access interactive content may be included on the poster, ie, within the text of the poster or printed on the bottom.

 

Poster Set-up

Authors should arrive on site to have their posters up by 3:00p on Wednesday, September 4 (Day 2 of the conference). PAINWeek will provide a poster board, pushpins, and poster number. If you would like to provide reprints of your posters (ie, handouts) you may leave them under your assigned poster board. Posters will be available for public viewing after 3:30p. The poster session room will be closed at 5:30p for the Keynote and Welcome Reception and will reopen on Thursday at 8a.

Scientific Session and Reception

Due to the enormity of requests for posters to have longer onsite accessibility, we ask that all posters be set-up by 3:00p on Wednesday, September 4. All authors and/or presenters should be available at their posters for the Scientific Session reception, which will be held on Thursday, September 5, 6:30p-8:30p. PAINWeek name badges will be required for entry. Refreshments will be served.

Oral Presentations

The review committee will choose 6 abstracts (posters) for oral presentations at the PAINWeek National Conference. Presenters will be notified by August 24. Date, time, and location of oral presentations will be announced. While first authors typically present in person, PAINWeek allows other listed authors to present in his/her place.

Late-breaking Abstracts

The PAINWeek late-breaking abstracts policy allows for the submission of late-breaking abstracts only for randomized phase III trials for which no preliminary data are available at the time of the abstract submission deadline (July 26), but for which a preplanned analysis of the primary endpoint is scheduled after that date but before August 16 (deadline for the final, updated late-breaking abstract). During abstract submission, you will be required to provide the date of planned analysis. The policy is not a mechanism to allow for updated data to be submitted later when preliminary data are available by the abstract submission deadline.

Submission

The abstract submission system is now open! The abstract submission system will close at 5:00p EST, July 26, 2019. Click here to submit your abstract.

Questions? Email abstracts@painweek.org.

Important Dates

July 26

Abstract Submission Deadline: 5:00p

August 16

Authors/Presenters will be notified of acceptance of abstracts
Deadline for final, updated late-breaking abstracts

August 27

Accepted abstracts will be posted online

September 4

Posters must be set-up: 3:00p

Posters open for public viewing: 3:30p

Posters room closed for Keynote and Welcome Reception: 5:30p

September 5

Poster room open for viewing: 8:00a

Scientific Poster Reception: 6:30p

September 6

Poster room open for viewing: 8:00a

All posters must be removed or will be discarded: 6:00p

Accepted Abstract Archive

View photos from the 2018 PAINWeek Poster Session

Corporate Events

Take advantage of PAINWeek to host your corporate events!

Sponsor a Corporate Event

Corporate events, whether business or social functions, are defined as those that are  intended for corporate members only. They may include, but are not limited to, business meetings, focus groups, interviews, team building exercises, receptions, training, and other related activities. Corporate events will not be listed in the onsite program guide, on the painweek.org Web site, or any other official publication or signage. Please contact us to discuss your needs and venue options.

Any event hosted anywhere in Las Vegas involving PAINWeek conference healthcare professional attendees during the dates of PAINWeek, is considered a PAINWeek event and must be preapproved by PAINWeek.

Hotel Function Space Opportunities

PAINWeek National Conference will again take place at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip.

Reception Suites

The Cosmopolitan’s spacious Reception Suites are ideal for almost any type of gathering, from morning meetings to late-night parties. Each suite has 1050 square feet of space with comfortable seating that can be easily configured and reconfigured. An oversized kitchen area contains a full-size Sub-Zero refrigerator, microwave, and is stocked with the necessary bar and glassware. Please direct all inquiries to Redza Dempster: (973) 415–5110 or rd@painweek.org. Inquiries made directly to The Cosmopolitan will be referred back to PAINWeek. To view an information sheet on a reception suite, click here.

Restaurants

The 15 restaurants located at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas are also available for event organizers to host their corporate events.

Please direct all inquiries to Red Dempster: (973) 415–5110 or rd@painweek.org. Inquiries made directly to these restaurants will be referred back to PAINWeek.

Beauty & Essex
26-seat private room available

Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill

China Poblano

Estiatorio Milos
44-seat private room available

The Henry

Holsteins

Jaleo

Momofuku
28-seat private room available

Overlook Grill

Red Plate

Rose. Rabbit. Lie.

Scarpetta
50-seat private dining room available

STK
40-seat private dining room available

Wicked Spoon

Zuma
34-seat private room available

Market Research

About the The PAINWeek Research Institute

The PAINWeek Research Institute provides a variety of facilities for your ongoing research activities. Fully equipped interview and observation rooms with a standard audiovisual package provide flexibility for the different types of research being conducted. Recruitment, moderation, blinded registration, and subject processing are provided. Catering and other additional marketing services are also available upon request

Benefits

Diversity of Support Opportunities

A wide range of opportunities are available for advertising and sponsorship support. PAINWeek understands and appreciates the value of your participation, and we will work closely with you to maximize the impact of your amenity or event.

Customization

Most of the sponsored events and amenities listed on the pages that follow can be custom tailored to meet your requirements. If you are interested in supporting something that is not listed herein, please feel free to contact us. We welcome suggestions that improve the PAINWeek experience for both our attendees and our sponsors.

FAQ

Frequently asked exhibitor questions answered.

Is it possible to sponsor more than one amenity?

Yes. Additional sponsorship is on a first-reserved basis, and sponsors may choose from a variety of opportunities.

If my company supports a satellite symposium, do I automatically become a diamond/platinum/gold corporate benefactor?

While PAINWeek appreciates your support of a satellite symposium we consider a corporate benefactor sponsorship to be separate. However, Diamond Sponsors will receive a $15,000 discount on their sponsorship fee when they combine with a PAINWeek PDM Program offering. All satellite symposia supporters are given recognition in our program guide.

If my company sponsored an amenity last year, can we sponsor it again this year?

Yes, you are given the first right of renewal/refusal. If another potential sponsor indicates an interest in the amenity you sponsored in the previous year, we will notify you of their intent and allow you the option to continue your sponsorship for the current year.

Acknowledgement

In addition to the acknowledgement detailed in the descriptions, sponsors of any program or activity will be acknowledged through the following:

  • For activities/events: signage at the event and entrance to the event, and audio acknowledgement
  • Listing, description, logo, and company Web site in the onsite program guide
  • Listing, description, logo, and link on the PAINWeek Web site painweek.org