The 2019 AAPM Pain Management Best Practices: Integrative Solutions for Critical Challenges on-demand course aims to
address the most critical challenges currently facing pain medicine, and
to address the needs and demands of the growing population of patients
suffering from chronic pain to improve this population’s quality of
Timely and practical information for pain management is delivered through didactic lectures and case studies with audience participation. Together, faculty and attendees explore the current evidence, best practices, and emerging therapies in order to develop practical and integrative solutions.
Session topics include:
- Not Your Parent’s Stimulator: Making Sense of SCS Algorithms
- SCS for Low Back Pain and Spinal Stenosis
- SCS for Limb Pain: CRPS, Neuropathies and Phantom Limb
- Peripheral Nerve Stimulation
- Maximizing Success with Neurostimulation: Pre-Op Psych Screen
- Knee pain: Diagnostic Challenge
- Knee pain: Intra-articular Steroids vs Viscosupplement vs Radiofrequency Ablation vs Surgery
- Influence of Mental Health Disorders on Pain Outcomes
- Headache Evaluation and Management: Medical and Interventional Approaches
For assistance signing into the education center, please contact the American Academy of Pain Medicine, 847-375-4731 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need further assistance with software requirements, please contact email@example.com
Faculty/Planner Disclosures & Policy
AAPM plans and implements educational activities in accordance with ACCME which calls on accredited providers to offer educational activities that address physicians’ real-world practice needs, whether their scope of practice is in clinical care, research, health care administration, or other areas of medicine. AAPM's educational programs are designed to change either physicians’ competence, by teaching them strategies for translating new knowledge into action, or physicians’ performance (what they actually do in practice), or patient outcomes. AAPM continually evaluates its programs’ effectiveness in achieving these goals.
All program faculty and planners are required to disclose all financial relationships they may have or have had within the last 12 months with commercial interests whose products or services are related to the subject matter of the presentation. Any real or apparent conflicts of interest are resolved prior to the presentation. All confirmed faculty disclosure is made available to participants prior to the activity. Faculty are also expected to disclose this information to the audience both verbally and in print (slide presentation) at the beginning of a presentation. Faculty members must also inform learners if any unlabeled uses of products regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will be discussed.
Disclosure information for the AAPM35 Annual Meeting Program Committee and Faculty can be found at https://painmed.org/annual-meeting/2019/2019-faculty-disclosures
CME is not provided for the 2019 Pain Medicine Best Practices On-Demand Course.