Three novel approaches to providing advanced pain education will be discussed. These educational 'cases' will provide a platform for the exploration of other approaches for educating the broader clinical world in pain management.
Online, Advanced Pain Education for All Clinicians
Steven Richeimer, MD
Primary Care Pain Fellowships
Scott M. Fishman
Project ECHO for Pain Education
Joanna G. Katzman
- Identify and describe 3 novel programs that provide advanced pain education.
- Discuss the need for additional pain education that exists throughout the clinical world.
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