Principles of Pain Management & Palliative Care: Essential Tools for the Clinician 2021
Course Directors: Molly A. Feely, M.D., Jacob J. Strand, M.D., and Thomas P. Pittelkow, M.D.
May 6-8, 2020 - The Marriott Marquis - San Diego, California
This multidisciplinary CME course provides synergistic content, relevant to primary care providers and specialty practitioners who care for patients with a serious illness and/or those patients experience pain. The course provides concise reviews, broader themed panels, breakout sessions and expert demonstrations across a range or relevant topics, including: spine care review, pharmacologic management with opioid and non-opioid strategies, updates on common chronic pain conditions, critical conversation skills, review of symptom management, quality of life interventions, CBT options, cancer considerations, delirium management, side-effect mitigation strategies.
New 3-day Course Format:
- Morning didactic sessions will include ARS, case discussion, open Q&A, and panel discussions.
- Afternoon sessions will focus on either pain or palliative care through breakout sessions, MOC activities, workshops, and/or credential-specific learning.
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