|The following article is part of conference coverage from the PAINWeek 2018 conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. Clinical Pain Advisor’s staff will be reporting breaking news associated with research conducted by leading experts in pain medicine. Check back for the latest news from PAINWeek 2018.|
Clinical Pain Advisor will be providing live coverage of the 12th annual PAINWeek conference, held September 4 to 8, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada. This meeting, which kicks off Pain Awareness Month, will host lectures focused on hot topics in pain medicine, including technology for pain management, biomarkers for pain, interventional pain management, regenerative medicine for chronic pain, medication-assisted therapies, and behavioral, integrative, and multidisciplinary pain management strategies. Numerous presentations receive support from some of the most renowned professional societies in the pain field, with speakers from the American Academy of Pain Medicine, the American Pain Society, the Academy of Integrative Pain Management, and the American Chronic Pain Association.
In addition to the meeting’s most noteworthy lectures and this year’s keynote presentation, titled “Mistaken Identities: Addict? Clinician? Drug Dealer? Manufacturer?” given by speakers that will include Kevin Zacharoff, MD, PACPE, faculty clinical instructor in the Department of Preventive Medicine at State University of New York Stony Brook School of Medicine, we will bring you the latest information in pain care and research from poster presentations, perspectives from leaders in the pain field, and interviews with prominent pain practitioners and researchers.
Stay tuned for Clinical Pain Advisor’s live conference coverage starting September 5, 2017, including, but not limited to:
- Interdisciplinary treatment for chronic pain
- The psychopathology of chronic pain
- Pain syndromes
- Migraine pathophysiology
- Medical cannabis for pain management
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