Spotlight on Science Meetings, Conferences and Events brings you information on the following event: Pain Care for Primary Care (PCPC) East
As a primary care professional, you treat patients in pain every day. The information presented at this meeting will provide you with an opportunity to enhance your clinical care and acquire additional skills in treating patients who present with pain and pain-related symptoms. This meeting is intended to meet the clinical and educational needs of clinicians in the primary care setting and selected specialties, such as non-pain specialists who recognize the importance and challenges associated with treating patients in pain.
Why Attend Pain Care for Primary Care?
- To improve care for your patients with pain and pain-related symptoms
- To query our panel of experts on your most difficult clinical challenges regarding pain care
- To network with a national audience of your peers who are treating patients with pain and pain-related symptoms
- To earn 18.5 CME/CE credits in the area of treating patients who present with pain and pain-related symptoms
- To participate in Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practices, Changing Lives (Collaboration for REMS Education)
- New this year! P.E.P. Program – an optional practice management program (separate fee required) designed to help make your practice more profitable
- Common Pain Problems in Primary Care
- Back Pain
- Tele Pain Medicine
- Medical Marijuana, Clinical Practice Guidelines
- Debate: Should We Be Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain Management?
- CRPS Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Special Populations: The Inherited Patient, the Obese Patient and the Patient with a History of Substance Abuse Disorder
- Behavioral Approaches to Chronic Pain
- Update on Non-Opioid Analgesics and Adjuvants
- Interventional Approaches for Pain
- Urine Drug Testing and Taper Strategies
- Reversing Opioid Overdose
- Comorbidities in Pain Medicine
- And more!
Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel
Phone: (973) 290 - 8258
Thursday, August 3, 2017 to Saturday, August 5, 2017