Leveraging Technology and Brief Behavioral Treatments to Expand Rapid Access to Low-Cost Perioperative and Outpatient Pain Care (204)

11:00 AM–12:00 PM Friday, February 28

In this practical session attendees will learn about how currently available evidence-based digital solutions (e.g. internet and mobile app–delivered perioperative and chronic pain treatments and virtual reality) and ultra-brief evidence-based behavioral treatments can be leveraged to provide youths and adults with acute and chronic pain with rapid access to low-cost behavioral pain care.

Expanding Rapid Access to Pain Treatment Across the Continuum of Care: 'Empowered Relief' and 'My Surgical Success'

Beth Darnall

Web-Based Behavioral Pain Medicine for Youth

Tonya Palermo

Virtual Reality for Pain Relief and Opioid Reduction

Brennan Spiegel

Learning Objectives:

  • List two digital treatments available for youths with pain.
  • Describe two evidence-based digital treatments for adults with perioperative and chronic pain.
  • Discuss scientific results for ultra-brief behavioral pain medicine for chronic pain.
Moderator:

Beth Darnall

Co-Presenters:

Tonya Palermo

Brennan Spiegel