ASPMN® is dedicated to providing its members with the most pertinent, up-to-date information available concerning pain management. The events below are part of that initiative. If you have an event that would benefit our members, please contact the National Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASPMN® is not responsible for the content or opinions presented in the events listed below.
ASPMN® 28th National Conference
September 26-29, 2018,
Bonita Springs, Florida
ASPMN® 29th National Conference
September 18-21, 2019,
Chronic Non-malignant Pain Management Best Practice per Tennessee Guidelines and Federal REMs: an Interprofessional Perspective
December 14, 2015 - December 14, 2017,
online, on-demand CME activity
This online, on-demand two-hour, interprofessional continuing medical education course meets Tennessee and most other state prescribing requirements for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and veterinarians and offers content important to the extended medical care team.
Click here for more information and to register.
2017 Summit on Balanced Pain Management
November 14, 2017,
The 4th annual summit will highlight patient access barriers to balanced pain management and develop a road map to address those barriers. Topics include:
- Abuse deterrent formulation technology
- Integrative and complimentary approaches to pain management
- Patient perspective on a balanced pain management approach
ASPMN® Geriatric Pain Management Course
January 30, 2018,
Baltimore City, Maryland
Sponsored by: MedStar Health, Inc. Nursing
Principles of Pain Management and Palliative Care: Essential Tools for the Clinician 2018
March 5-9, 2018,
Fairmont Orchid, Big Island, Hawaii
This multidisciplinary course provides primary and subspecialty clinicians with a solid foundation to apply pain and symptom management skills across a continuum of disease states from relative health through serious illness and end-of-life.
This course targets the integration of pain and palliative services across disciplines and includes topics related to the management of complex chronic pain, cancer pain, mood co-morbidities, addiction and other end-of-life symptomatology.
A didactic format will include the use of an interactive keypad system, case-based presentations and question and answer panel discussions. Pre-course workshops are available for more intensive, interactive learning opportunities.