This year, we are proud to introduce 2 new preconference events. Each a full day, with the option to attend both for CME credit, these courses act as additional training and will allow you to better evaluate and treat the patient in pain. This week, we highlight the first course taking place Wednesday, April 25 from 7 am to 5 pm.
Pain Medicine Best Practices: Integrative Solutions for Critical Challenges (PME)
For 9 CMEs, plus the opportunity to earn MOCA 2.0 and MOC Part II Lifelong Learning credits, this is your one-stop-shop to get all your pain management questions answered and refresh your best practices. The morning will consist of didactic lectures, followed by an afternoon of rotating small-group breakout sessions. Using real clinical examples, join expert faculty to examine the challenges facing pain medicine and explore current best practices to develop practical solutions for your practice.
Together, speakers and attendees will be able to observe hands-on evidence, best practices, and emerging therapies to implement in their own settings. Anyone interested in learning how to optimize the management of chronic pain should attend this session.