PAINWeek 2019 Presents a Week of Relevant, Dynamic, and Practical Continuing Medical Education

PAINWeek 2019 Presents a Week of Relevant, Dynamic, and Practical Continuing Medical Education

Publication date: Jun 12, 2019

MONTCLAIR, N. J., June 11, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — PAINWeek, the largest pain management conference in the US, returns for its 13th year.

This September the Acute Pain Management track will feature the President of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Garry Brydges, PhD, DNP, MBA, ACNP-BC, CRNA, FAAN.

He commented, “The field of pain management is constantly growing, and to stay abreast of the trends, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) seek continuing education in this area. “

PAINWeek 2019 presents a diverse curriculum across multiple course concentrations: behavioral and interventional pain management; chronic pain syndromes; medical/legal issues; neurology; palliative care; and pharmacotherapy, along with over 30 Special Interest Sessions.

To learn more about PAINWeek 2019 or to register for the conference, click here or visit PAINWeek: PAINWeek, the largest US pain conference for frontline clinicians with an interest in pain management, will convene for its 13th annual meeting on September 3-7 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

Concepts Keywords
AMA Interventional pain management
Certified Nurse Nursing
Chronic Pain Pain
Continuing Education Health
Cosmopolitan Anesthesia
Dietitians Acute pain
Division Nociception
FAAN Mid-level practitioner
Guts Pain management
Healthcare Chronic pain
Holistic Pharmacotherapy
Intelligence Pain management
Las Vegas Acute Pain Management
Littleton Chronic pain syndromes
MBA Pain
Microbiome Healthcare providers
MONTCLAIR Pain management
Neurology Healthcare practitioners
Nurse Practitioners
Opioid
Pain
Pain Management
Palliative Care
Pharmacotherapy
PhD
President
Project Management
PRWeb
Register
Satellite

Semantics

Type Source Name
gene UNIPROT PDC
gene UNIPROT S100A6
disease MESH chronic pain
disease MESH Substance Use Disorder
disease MESH multiple
disease MESH syndromes
gene UNIPROT LIAS

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