Thanks to everyone who joined the conversation at #APS2019!
APS2019 attendees posted using #APS2019 208 times, earning 441,923 impressions at the Scientific Meeting. Your work joining the conversation helps raise awareness of the amazing research happening in pain and celebrates all the emerging treatments and new observations pain clinicians and scientists are exploring to reduce the global burden of pain.
APS would like to extend a special thanks to our team of volunteer Social Media Champions, led by Captains Alex Tuttle, Kate Sadler, and Michelle Failla, for keeping the conversation going throughout the meeting and tweeting out key takeaways to help spread the word and celebrate the excellent content and presenters at #APS2019.
Alex Tuttle (@TuttlePhD)
Kate Sadler (@katesadler77)
Michelle Failla (@faillaphd)
Aaron Mickle (@AaronMickle)
Samantha Meints (@DrSMeints)
Chris King (@kingneuro)
Geoffroy Laumet (@GeoffroyLaumet)
Francie Moehring (@FrancieMoehring)
Robert Kerns (@Drbob52)
Jennifer Rabbitts (@JARabbitts)
Follow APS and your peers on Twitter and Facebook to keep the #painscience and #painmgmt conversation going all year round!