Top 4 Reasons Fellows, Residents, and Students Shouldn't Miss AAPM35

We know pain medicine physicians in training have limited time and resources for conferences. Here are the 4 top reasons fellows, residents, and medical students should make attending AAPM35 a priority:

1. Meet and interact with leaders in the field

Networking opportunities have been built into the 5-day meeting program, including a reception for fellows, residents, and students attending the meeting to interact with pain medicine program directors and AAPM leadership.

Learn about all AAPM35 Networking Activities.

2. Expand your pain knowledge by participating in sessions that will span the full spectrum of multidisciplinary pain care

Preconference courses offer the chance to focus on pain medicine best practices, opioid and non-opioid medications management, and ultrasound interventional procedures to treat chronic and acute pain.

More than 50 AAPM 35th Annual Meeting sessions will cover the full spectrum of multidisciplinary pain care, including a special session designed for fellows, residents, and students.

Review the full AAPM35 educational program.

3. March is the perfect time to visit Denver

All AAPM35 activities will take place at the Colorado Convention Center, centrally located in downtown Denver. The venue offers the perfect backdrop for the AAPM Annual Meeting, and the mountains are just a short drive away.

Browse hotel and travel information.

4. Trainee/Resident/Student Members Receive Significantly Discounted Meeting Rates

AAPM Trainee/Resident/Student Members can register for the full AAPM 35th Annual Meeting for just $225. Annual membership dues are $50 and include a subscription to AAPM's official journal, Pain Medicine. Preconference rates are also marked down for Trainee/Resident/Student Members.

Review registration rates and sign up today.