At the 26th Annual Clinical Meeting, you will get information and education you won’t find anywhere else. Engaging presentations by top experts in the field of integrative pain management will expand and support the way you think about caring for people in pain. Practical, roll-up your sleeves, hands-on sessions provide you with tools you can use and allow you to network with your peers - all in a joyful and collegial atmosphere that welcomes all clinicians who care for people with pain.
An event you won't want to miss.
The Academy's annual meeting is open to any clinician who practices, or is interested in, practicing pain management from an integrative perspective.
Learn about the integrative model of care.
After attending the annual meeting, you will be able to:
Describe the benefits of using an integrative model of care to manage pain.
Explain how research is supporting integrative pain management techniques.
Assess pain using a variety of strategies.
Create a treatment plan for the patient with chronic pain that incorporates complementary, lifestyle, and mind-body therapies when appropriate.
1,000 pain management clinicians
Poster sessions in the Exhibit Hall
Exhibit Hall drawings
Exhibitor hosted cocktail party
Excellent corporate support opportunities
This information-rich pain management meeting will be the ideal venue for you to introduce your products and services to more than 1,000 highly motivated pain management clinicians at the leading edge of the field. The meeting seeks to educate clinicians about the latest trends in pain management and encourage open communication among them.
About the Academy of Pain Management:
The American Academy of Pain Management (the Academy) is a nonprofit professional organization serving clinicians, representing a broad number of disciplines, who treat people with pain. The Academy is the largest pain management organization in the nation and the only one that embraces an integrative, patient-centered model of care. The Academy offers continuing education, publications, and advocacy for pain clinicians and people with pain.