The AAPM 2020 educational program will be available in fall 2019. In the meantime browse 2019 meeting sessions and speakers to get a sense of the premier pain education offered during the AAPM Annual Meeting & Preconferences. Access recordings of past meeting sessions on demand.

5–6 pm Friday, March 8

Poster Research Highlights #1 (216)

Increasing both the quality and quantity of scientific pain research is a primary goal of the AAPM Annual Meeting. The Scientific Poster Abstract Committee has selected three of the highest ranking, most novel 2019 poster submissions for live presentation in this session.

Geographical Variation in Opioid-Related Hospital Use for Year 2015: A National Study

Sahil Gupta, MD

Virtual Reality Distraction for Anxiety and Pain Reductions during Trigger Pont Injection Procedures

Manila Shrestha

A Comprehensive Protocol for Postoperative Pain Control in Elective Total Joint Arthroplasty Drastically Reduces Opioid Prescriptions: A review of prescribing practices and outcomes

André Boezaart, MD PhD

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss areas of current interest in pain research.
  • Describe heterogeneous clinical trial design methods used to study patients with chronic pain.
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9:15–10:15 am Saturday, March 9

Poster Research Highlights #2 (304)

Increasing both the quality and quantity of scientific pain research is a primary goal of the AAPM Annual Meeting. The Scientific Poster Abstract Committee has selected two of the highest ranking, most novel 2019 poster submissions for live presentation in this session.

Pain Catastophizing Trajectories Preoperatively to 6 Months Postoperatively: A Longitudinal, Prospective, Observational Study

Alexandra Kane, BS

Functional Recovery Program: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Treating Chronic Pain

Kaivalya Deshpande, MD

A Diffusion Tensor Protocol for the Stria Medullaris in Chronic Pain Patients

Kirk Levins, MD DPMCAI FCAI MSc MA AMRSC

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify areas of current interest in pain research.
  • Describe heterogeneous clinical trial design methods used to study patients with chronic pain.
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