American Pain Society - 36th Annual Scientific Meeting

Date
2017-05-17 - 2017-05-20
Exhibitors
0
Attendees
1200
Event contact title
National Sales Manager
Event contact first name
Randi
Event contact last name
Romanek
Email
rromanek@ampainsoc.org
Event contact telephone number
847.375.4848
Description
APS’s Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) offers innovative, collaborative, and interdisciplinary pain science educational sessions. These sessions focus on the following areas of acute pain, chronic cancer and noncancer pain, and recurrent pain: -- Diagnosis -- Treatment -- Management -- Research. Educational sessions are developed to address the needs of both novice and advanced pain management researchers and clinicians in basic science, clinical research, and treatment advances. It is an interdisciplinary learning forum for scientists, pain clinicians, and other pain professionals and offers continuing education credit/contact hours for nurses, pharmacists, physicians, and psychologists.
Attendee information
Attendees of the annual meeting -- discuss real-world topics with pioneers and esteemed pain science professionals -- discover how current research is translated into clinical practice -- interact and reconnect with pain science professionals -- apply current research to clinical practice.
Exhibitor information

Types of products and services presented at the APS Annual Scientific Meeting include manufacturers or distributors of medical supplies or equipment medical devices pharmaceuticals laboratory equipment or instruments software clinical research laboratory testing clinical trial management medical textbooks/publishing alternative delivery systems (home care, hospice) business management services education recruitment

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