August 2017
David Craig, PharmD | Editor


Registration for the 2018 Scientific Summit Opens Monday, October 16!

Mark your calendar!

The American Pain Society will hold its Annual Scientific Meeting in the form of a Scientific Summit March 4–6, 2018. The Summit offers a balance of clinical, translational, and basic science research around a central theme: Understanding Pain Mechanisms. The new format enables a comprehensive, shared meeting experience that encourages attendees to fully explore this theme through plenary lectures, focused symposia sessions, interactive and networking sessions, SIG meetings, poster sessions, and exhibits.

Call for Poster Abstracts

The APS Scientific Program Committee is accepting poster abstracts for presentation at the 2018 Scientific Summit.

Each poster abstract must be original research that has not been presented or published elsewhere prior to the APS summit. All accepted poster authors will present at the Scientific Summit in Anaheim, CA, March 4–6, 2018.

Primary authors will be notified of their abstract’s status in mid to late November. All accepted abstracts will be published in a supplement to The Journal of Pain.

Don't miss this opportunity to present your research! The deadline to submit an abstract is Tuesday, September 5, 2017. You will be required to log in to your account before you reach the submission portal.

2017 Pain Care for Primary Care (PCPC)

18.5 CMEs Including Opioid REMS Course

PCPC is a comprehensive update on a variety of clinical approaches to treat common pain conditions you see in your everyday practice. Register now to join your colleagues at the best rates November 17–19 in San Francisco, CA. Topics include headaches and migraines, low back pain, prescribing controlled substances, urine drug testing, and more! You won’t want to miss this important meeting, which will elevate your proficiency in treating your patients who are experiencing pain and pain-related symptoms.

Save 25% off prevailing registration rates with promo code PCPC17APS.

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