Call for Sessions

Call for Sessions

Call for Educational Session Proposals Now Closed

Thank you to everyone who participated in the call for educational sessions. Decisions will be announced in Fall 2019.

The AAPM Annual Meeting is the perfect venue to disseminate important information to the entire field. AAPM Annual Meeting faculty represent some of the foremost leaders in the multidisciplinary, multimodal practice of pain management. Faculty members receive complimentary meeting registration and reimbursement for select travel expenses and are prominently featured throughout AAPM Annual Meeting publications as well as on the AAPM Annual Meeting microsite and mobile app, where they are recognized with their own personal page that can easily be used to promote their participation in AAPM 2020.

The AAPM 2020 Annual Meeting Program Committee will review educational session submissions and announce those that have been accepted for presentation in fall 2019.

All AAPM 2020 sessions will be recorded and made available online following the meeting in the AAPM Education Center as part of the on demand meeting course, further expanding the reach of your presentation.

Contact AAPM at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 847-375-4731 with questions or concerns about your submission.

AAPM 2020 to Highlight Innovation and Technology in Pain Medicine

Employing a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, patient-centered approach to pain management means staying abreast of the latest and most up-to-date pain management therapies and technical innovations. That's why AAPM 2020 will focus on the theme Innovation and Technology in Pain Medicine.

Accepted proposals will be innovative and interdisciplinary in nature and relevant to one of the broader categories defined below. Presentations selected for the 2020 meeting will seek to improve the evaluation, diagnosis, and multidisciplinary inter-professional treatment for pain disorders. Methodologies to assess and improve the delivery and practice of evidence-based pain care throughout the healthcare continuum and changing healthcare environment should also be included. Proposals should include a descriptive element of audience engagement