AAPM Resident/Fellow Highlighted Sessions

Are you early in your career as a pain medicine physician? The sessions below are especially suited for helping  future leaders in the field of pain medicine gain a better understanding of the field as it stand today. How do clinicians diagnose and manage complex regional pain syndrome, what new treatments exist for neuropathic pain, how do you get published for the research you do, and how do you sort through the promoted flawed data? To answer those questions, consider these must-attend sessions for students, residents, and fellows:

Friday:

11-noon: concurrent sessions 201: CRPS

1:45-2:45: How to get published in peer-reviewed journals

3:45-4:45: Concurrent sessions 207: Neuropathic pain

Saturday:

11:30-12:30: Concurrent sessions 306: Fake News

3:30-4:30: Concurrent sessions 310: Unintended prolonged opioid use

4:45-5:45: Concurrent sessions 313: Buprenorphine/naloxone

Sunday:

Special Topics in Pain Medicine: Cancer Pain or NANS Neuromodulation track

The AAPM 34th Annual Meeting is the must-attend meeting of the year because it brings together a multidisciplinary group of pain medicine clinicians. Receive invaluable tips and insights from our expert faculty in the field. Click the session titles above for more information about the course objectives.