Join us on November 9-10, 2018 as we bring together all members of the pain care team in one place for two full days! Connect with hundreds of other pain clinicians to swap lessons learned, and to find out about the latest best practices for helping people with pain using a variety of therapeutic approaches.
Our inaugural Global Pain Clinician Summit 2018 will take the place of our traditional Annual Meeting as a more focused and interactive assembly of clinicians who treat pain. It is still the country's ONLY professional conference dedicated to integrative pain management! Read why we changed our Annual Meeting format.
Back by popular demand, the 2018 Summit will include the Certificate in Nutritional Pain Management Program (CNPM) that was featured at the 2017 annual meeting. One full day will be dedicated to this program that presents evidence for food as a pain management intervention, and provides practical techniques to implement in your practice immediately. By successfully completing a post-test after the Summit, you will earn a certificate attesting to your mastery of the content of this innovative program.
Another full day of plenary and town hall discussions will include:
- The Current State of Pain Management
- Tackling the Three-headed Monster: Chronic Pain, Opioid Use and Mental Health
- Overcoming the Barriers to an Integrative Model of Care
- New Evidence for Medical Marijuana
- The Good and the Bad: How Digital Health is Transforming the Clinician-Patient Relationship
- A Worldview on Integrative Pain Management
- Saying Goodbye to Old Ways: Reinventing Your Pain Practice for the 21st Century
See the schedule here.
We welcome all members of the pain care team to attend. The Summit will be accredited for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and psychologists, and a certificate of attendance will be available for all attendees. You can earn 13.75 CE/CME!
Please note that this is the only in-person event we will hold in 2018. Space is very limited! Reserve your spot as soon as possible.
Academy of Integrative Pain Management is not affiliated with Harvard University, nor is Academy of Integrative Pain Management a Harvard University program or activity.