The University of Florida College of Medicine and several collaborators have created the Pain Assessment and Management Initiative (PAMI) to “improve pain recognition, assessment, and management in patients of all ages, including special populations.” It is an online learning tool to educate medical professionals on patient safety.
PAMI is an open-source, multidisciplinary resource designed for hospitals, emergency departments, clinics, and other providers. It includes Learning Modules with free CME/CEUs, a downloadable dosing guide for both adults and children, and much more.
Check out PAMI’s website today for more information.
The APS Scientific Program Committee is accepting poster abstracts for presentation at the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting.
Each poster abstract must be original research that has not been previously presented or published elsewhere prior to the APS meeting. All accepted poster authors will present at the Annual Scientific Meeting in Pittsburgh, May 17–20, 2017.
Primary authors will be notified of the status of their abstracts in late December/early January. All accepted abstracts will be published in a supplement to The Journal of Pain. The deadline to submit an abstract is Tuesday, November 15.
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- ride along 37 miles of bike paths
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- experience one of the country’s top five beer cities
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