September 2017
David Craig, PharmD | Editor


Who Will Speak at the Scientific Summit?

Your passion for pain science and management gives us the chance to host a Scientific Summit in 2018. The Summit will focus on an interdisciplinary theme, Understanding Pain Mechanisms. You have the unique opportunity to take a deeper dive into pain and pain treatment mechanisms in an intimate setting.

Check out the expert plenary lecturers and symposia speakers who will share cutting-edge research in March.

Pain Care for Primary Care (PCPC) Is Back

18.5 CMEs including Opioid REMS Course

If you missed the chance to attend PCPC in August, the course is coming back! Register now for the best rates to join your colleagues November 17-19 in San Francisco. PCPC is a comprehensive update on a variety of clinical approaches to treat common pain conditions you see in your everyday practice. Topics include headaches and migraines, low back pain, prescribing controlled substances, urine drug testing, and more! You don’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 the code PCPC17APS.

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Take a Safe Opioid Prescribing Course

“91 Americans die per day from an opioid-related overdose.”
—Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Collaborative for REMS Education (CO*RE) is an 11-partner collaboration that includes primary care, addiction medicine, and pain and hospice/palliative care specialty perspectives. The CO*RE mission is to promote individual and population health and public safety through timely, evidence-based, outcome-oriented, and interprofessional education related to the comprehensive management of pain, addiction, and their comorbidities. Together with CO*RE and its partners, APS is spreading the word on available prescribing courses. Find a course.