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Pain Medicine Fellowship and Beyond: Lessons Learned from the Experts

Description

This is a non-CME activity.

Pain Medicine Fellowship and Beyond: Lessons Learned from the Experts


This webinar will be divided into two parts and build upon some of the following concepts about the pressing issues of fellowship, to include trends in applicants, program nuances and meeting your needs for the future, application essentials and how to get involved with pain now.

This will be a quick-paced session involving engagement from all speakers, to include an interactive Q & A and open forum discussion.

Learning Objectives
After participating in this webinar, attendees will be able to:
1. Describe evolving trends in pain medicine fellowship training programs including applicant/specialty diversity and procedure emphasis.
2. Identify application essentials that position candidates to match at top-tier programs.
3. Formulate a plan to get involved with pain medicine on a regional and national level.

Webinar Fee
Cost: $25/Nonmember; Free/Members

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Contributors

  • Anuj Aggarwal, MD

    Stanford University School of Medicine

    Dr. Anuj Aggarwal is both a practicing anesthesiologist and pain specialist. In addition to seeing patients as an anesthesiologist and pain physician, he helps train and direct education initiatives in pain for medical students, residents, and fellows regarding acute, chronic, and perioperative pain management throughout Stanford School of Medicine and engages in research looking at issues regarding pain management in the perioperative period.

  • Susan M. Moeschler, MD

    Dr. Moeschler is Program Director, Pain Medicine Fellowship at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.

  • Scott Pritzlaff, MD

    University of California, Davis

    Dr. Scott Pritzlaff is a practicing anesthesiologist and interventional pain specialist. He currently serves as the Associate Program Director for the Pain Medicine Fellowship at UC Davis. His clinical interests include opioid-sparing pain management strategies, peripheral nerve stimulation, and innovative use of ultrasound for pain procedures. As a former Navy combat physician, he also has a passion for treating military veterans and those affected by trauma.

December 10, 2019
Tue 6:00 PM CST

Duration 1H 0M

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