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PAINWeek 2012

  1. 1. 100+ CME/CE hours presented www.painweek.org
  2. 2. ➲ COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE (CAM) ➲ BEHAVIORAL PAIN MANAGEMENT zz Nutrition and Pain: Simple Rules for Pain-Free Health zz Risk Assessment 2.0 zz Women on the Verge: Hormones, Sleep, and Pain zz How to Determine Risk From a Clinical Interview in Midlife ➲ COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINEPAINWeek® offers a multidisciplinary ➲ HEALTH COACHING zz Introduction to Homeopathyfaculty and diverse curriculum in the zz Rewiring the Chronic Pain Brain: Coaching as a zz Prolotherapy for Musculoskeletal Painfollowing course concentrations: behav- Means to Patient Transformation (2 hours)ioral pain management, complementary zz Pain and Stress GERIATRIC PAIN MANAGEMENTand alternative medicine, diabetes and zz Pain and Obesity zz Common Pain Syndromes in Older Adultspain, geriatric pain management, health zz Treatment Considerations in Relation to Concurrentcoaching, hypnosis, interventional pain ➲ HYPNOSIS Pharmacologymanagement, medical/legal, music therapy, zz How to Run a Successful Self-Hypnosis Group forneurology, nursing, pain and chemical People in Pain ➲ HEALTH COACHING (ENCORE PRESENTATIONS)dependency, pharmacotherapy, regional zz Comfort Over Chronic Pain: A New Skill-Based zz Rewiring the Chronic Pain Brain: Coaching as a Paradigm for Psychosocial Pain Management Means to Patient Transformation (2 hours)pain syndromes, rheumatology, and full- zz Pain and Stressday programs presented by the American ➲ INTERVENTIONAL PAIN MANAGEMENT zz Pain and ObesitySociety of Pain Educators, the American zz Spinal Cord StimulationSociety for Pain Management Nursing, the zz Intrathecal Infusion Therapy ➲ MASTER CLASSNational Association of Drug Diversion zz Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (2 hours)Investigators, and the Veterans Health ➲ MASTER CLASSES zz Interprofessional Pain Education (2 hours)Administration. There will be 100+ hours zz Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (2 hours)of continuing medical education courses zz Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD): Diagnosis ➲ MEDICAL/LEGALand master classes, special interest sessions, and Management (2 hours) zz Pain Law Survey: A Look at Critical Legal-and satellite symposia. Regulatory Changes— Group #1: for attendees from ➲ MEDICAL/LEGAL Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, zz Proper Billing and Coding of Laboratory Services: Pennsylvania, Washington DC , West Virginia, VirginiaFor more information or to register, visit A Survey of CPT and HCPCS Codes for Qualitative,our Web site at www.painweek.org and Confirmation, and Quantitative Drug Testing (2 hours) ➲ NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DRUG DIVERSIONfollow us on twitter.com/painweek. zz Medical Necessity and Qualitative Drug Screening: INVESTIGATORS A Survey of Payor Coverage Determination and zz Rx Abuse: The Scope of the ProblemFor planning purposes, please note that the Medical Policies zz Medical Board Investigations: Criminal vsfirst certified-for-credit course begins on AdministrativeWednesday, September 5, at 7:00 am. The ➲ NEUROLOGY zz Industry Threats and Preventative Maintenancelast certified-for-credit course concludes on zz Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Patients with MeasuresSaturday, September 8, at 6:30 pm. Central Pain zz Investigating the Illegal Prescriber zz Refractory Pain in the Institutional Setting: Could ➲ PAIN EDUCATORS FORUM Diversion Be the Culprit? zz Pain Mechanisms zz Chronic Pain Assessment ➲ PAIN EDUCATORS FORUM zz Pain Diagnostic Methods zz Mechanisms of Pain Medications* zz Chronic Pain Syndromes zz Clinical Interviewing*PAINWeek 101— Making the Most zz Pain Therapeutics: Pharmacologic (2 hours) zz Rational Polypharmacy*of your PAINWeek Experience! zz Principals of Adult Learning and Instructional ➲ PAIN AND CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY Design (2 hours)A hugely popular agenda item at zz Urine Drug Testing in Chronic Pain zz Developing Peer and Patient Education MaterialsPAINWeek 2011 will again be on the zz Emotional Dysregulation, Trauma, and Paths to Recovery *The first-half of the PEF will consist of rotating breakoutconference schedule this year. PAINWeek sessions with faculty (60 minutes per topic)101 is a primer for “First Time” attend- ➲ SPECIAL INTEREST SESSIONSees— or anyone seeking a refresher on zz Medication Safety: Are OTC Safer than Rx ➲ RHEUMATOLOGYthe conference agenda, faculty, on-site Medications? zz Differential Diagnosis of Inflammatory Arthropathiestechnology, and venue logistics. Moder- zz Inpatient Multidisciplinary Pain Services—Trials zz Giant Cell Arteritisated by PAINWeek staff and faculty with and Tribulations of a 10-Year Journey zz OsteoarthritisGlobal Education Group, all questions as zz Rural Pain Managementthey pertain to course selection and CME zz Medical Marijuana for Pain: Clinical Uses ➲ POSTER SESSION AND RECEPTION — Please noteprotocol will be answered. With so much and Concerns that this event is not certified for credit.packed into the four days of PAINWeek, ➲ SPECIAL INTEREST SESSIONSyou will be fully briefed and oriented to zz Emerging Delta and Kappa Agonists Therapiesnavigate, plan, select, and make the most ➲ KEYNOTE ADDRESS AND WELCOME RECEPTION — zz Pain Specialists: Who They Are and What They Doof your PAINWeek experience! Please note that this event is not certified for credit. zz Electronic Medical Records: Moving Into the Digital Age of Pain ManagementPlease note that this course is not certified zz Pain and Autism: Clinical Traits, Sensoryfor credit. Perception, and Practice Tips www.painweek.org
  3. 3. ➲ DIABETES AND PAIN ➲ HEALTH COACHING (ENCORE PRESENTATION)zz Diabetes and Peripheral Artery Disease zz Lifestyle Redesignzz Diabetes and GI Painzz Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathic Pain ➲ MASTER CLASSES (ENCORE PRESENTATIONS)zz Musculoskeletal Complications of Diabetes zz Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (2 hours) zz Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD): Diagnosis➲ HEALTH COACHING and Management (2 hours)zz Lifestyle Redesign ➲ MEDICAL/LEGAL➲ MASTER CLASSES zz Pain Law Survey: A Look at Critical Legal-zz Back Pain (2 hours) Regulatory Changes— Group #4: for attendeeszz Pain and the Endocrine System (2 hours) from Idaho, Oregon, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming➲ MEDICAL/LEGALzz Pain Law Survey: A Look at Critical Legal- ➲ NURSING Regulatory Changes— Group #2: for attendees zz Pain Assessment in Acute Care from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, zz Analgesia: What are the Options? Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North zz Pre-and Post-op Pain Management Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas zz Pain and Addictionzz Pain Law Survey: A Look at Critical Legal- Regulatory Changes— Group #3: for attendees ➲ PHARMACOTHERAPY from Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Iowa, zz NSAIDs and Anti-inflammatories New Mexico, Nevada zz Speed Dating with Pharmacists: 50 Medication Tips at End-of-Life➲ MUSIC THERAPY zz Methadonezz The Effects of Music on Neuropathic Pain zz Stick It to Me: Topical and Transdermal Painzz Release-Oriented Strategies in Acute Pain Crises Relieverszz Music to Alleviate Symptoms and Anxiety in zz By All Means Inhale! (and Other Controversies in Cancer Patients Receiving Radiation and/or Pain Management) Chemotherapyzz Music Psychotherapy Approaches for Infants and ➲ REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROMES Children Experiencing Pain zz Pelvic Pain and Vulvodynia ­  —Daniel Carr, MD, FABPM zz Arm and Hand Pain Director➲ NEUROLOGY zz Knee and Hip Pain Pain Research, Education, and Policy Program Department of Public Health and Community Medicinezz Pain and CNS Disorders zz Foot and Ankle Pain Tufts Medical Centerzz Managing Complicated Headaches Boston, MAzz Visceral Referred Pain ➲ SPECIAL INTEREST SESSIONS zz Current Events in Law and Public Policy:➲ PHARMACOTHERAPY Implications for Pain Care Practitionerszz Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Drug zz Dietary Induced Analgesia: Theory and Reality Interactions in Pain and Palliative Care zz Pediatric Pain Management—Acute and Chroniczz Opioids A-Z zz Sex and Gender Differences in Pain Treatment:zz Opioid Conversions Do We Need Pink and Blue Pills?zz Antidepressant and Anticonvulsant Adjuvant Accreditation Therapy ➲ VETERANS HEALTH ADMINISTRATIONzz The Role of Skin in Pain Management zz Pain Management Innovations in the Primary Care Over 100 hours of content will be presented! Medical Home— (Didactic Presentation Followed by This activity is sponsored by Global Education➲ PODIUM POSTER PRESENTATIONS — Please note Panel Discussion) Group. Global Education Group is accreditedthat this event is not certified for credit. zz Post-Deployment Chronic Pain Comorbidities— by the Accreditation Council for Continuing (Didactic Presentation Followed by Panel Discussion) Medical Education to provide continuing➲ SPECIAL INTEREST SESSIONS zz Managing Psychiatric Comorbidities— (Didactic medical education for physicians. Globalzz Jesus, Bacon, and Hyperalgesia: Intellectual Presentation Followed by Panel Discussion) Education Group designates this live activity Honesty and Dishonesty in Opioid Therapy zz VA Healthcare: This is Not Your Father’s VA for a maximum of 30.0 AMA PRA Category 1zz Strategies for Balancing Patient, Physician, and Credits™. Other Stakeholder Needszz Differential Diagnosis of Fibromyalgia and This activity will be approved for continuing Myofascial Pain pharmacy, psychology, nursing, nursezz REMS Update practitioner, and dentistry education. Applications for certification of social work NASW and family physician AAFP hours have Please note that the course schedule is subject to change. been applied for and are pending decision. Additional courses and industry supported activities will be For more information and complete CME/CE listed on www.painweek.org. accreditation details, visit our Web site at www.painweek.org. All courses are 60 minutes, except where noted. www.painweek.org 3
  4. 4.   I would like to register for the PAINWeek® National Conference. Yes,   not able to attend, but would like information on future I am programs PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE Name Specialty/Degrees Institution/Affiliation Address City, State, ZIP Phone Fax E-mail Signature Method of payment Check (Please make payable to PAINWeek)   Credit card   Name on card Credit card # Expiration date Billing address (If different from above) City/State/ZIP Payment must accompany this registration form. Your registration may be transferred to any other individual at any time for an administration fee of $25. Cancellations received in writing 90 or more days before the start of PAINWeek will be refunded, less a $100 administrative fee. No refund will be made less than 90 days prior to the start of PAINWeek. In the event of PAINWeek cancellation, liability is limited to refund of the registration fee only. We reserve the right to alter this program without advance notice. On or before After After June 1 June 1 August 20 Onsite Full Program* $299 $399 $499 $699   ­— Philip A. Pizzo, MD­ Dean of the Stanford University *Includes full access to ALL special assemblies and tracks. For group School of Medicine Chair, IOM committee report rates as low as $199 per person and for hotel and travel rates and “Relieving Pain in America:A Blueprint for Transforming Care, discounts, visit www.painweek.org. Education, and Research” Registration options Visit www.painweek.org Fax the registration form to (973) 741–2301 ahs 0145 saag Call toll free (877) 724–6933 Mail (make a copy for your records) to: PAINWeek, Attn: Patrick Kelly, 6 Erie Street, Montclair, NJ 07042 Copyright © 2012, Aventine Co. All trademarks, registered or unregistered, are the property of their respective owners.

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