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 email@example.com.
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ASPMN® 27th National Conference
September 13-16, 2017,
ASPMN® 28th National Conference
September 25-29, 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.
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Psychiatry Review 2017: The Complex Puzzle of Addiction, Neuroscience Frontiers
October 26-27, 2017
CME credits offered: 12.75!
This year’s Psychiatry Review conference will provide a guide to the diagnosis, epidemiology, risks, and management of substance use disorders and other psychiatric disorders that commonly co-occur with substance use disorders. Mark your calendar!
This activity is designed for psychiatrists and other physicians, nurses and nurse practitioners, psychologists, social workers, and other healthcare professionals who manage and treat patients with substance use and other behavioral health conditions.
The accurate assessment and effective management of patients with complex addictive disorders poses a significant challenge to psychiatric and other healthcare providers. A primary objective of this year’s Psychiatry Review Conference is to provide a guide on how to apply current research in the epidemiology, diagnosis, risk factors, and management of substance use disorders to clinical care. Additionally, recent advances in neuroscience and psychology have shed light on key biological and behavioral mechanisms underlying a range of psychiatric illnesses. The 2nd portion of CME programming will highlight neuroscience findings that promise to change the practice of Psychiatry.
Presented by: University of Minnesota Department of Psychiatry
ASPMN® Advanced Pharmacology Course
November 3, 2017,
Green Bay, Wisconsin