Save the date for the APS Scientific Meeting, April 3–6, 2019, in Milwaukee, WI.
Milwaukee is more than beer and cheese. Come to Milwaukee for the science and stay to experience culture, art, and the Milwaukee RiverWalk—2 miles of restaurants, brew pubs, shops, and nightlife.
Milwaukee is home to one of the top art museums in the country. It’s a city of neighborhoods with historic flare and was named by Women’s Health as one of the “Wellthiest” cities in America because of its award-winning parks and outdoor trails.
The call for presentations will open June 4. In the meantime, check out all the dining, museums, and breweries Milwaukee has to offer.
Experience robust scientific content from your own device! The online recording is a valuable reference compiling up to 26.5 hours of audio recordings and slides, SIG meetings, and presentations by award recipients presented at the Scientific Summit in Anaheim, CA. Purchase the complete set, or choose recordings by topic.
If you attended the 2018 Scientific Summit, the recording is included with your full meeting registration. You may access the sessions from “My Classroom” in your account.
Find a REMS Education Course
On April 5, 2018, the U.S. Surgeon General issued the first public health advisory in 13 years. In short, he urges Americans to “Be prepared. Get naloxone. Save a life.”
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.
Through its participation as a CO*RE partner APS is committed to offering education about multi-modal treatment options for primary-care providers on behalf of their patients. Find a course.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Pain Consortium sponsors an annual symposium on a significant topic relevant to pain. This symposium features NIH supported researchers whose work has made an important contribution to pain research.
May 31–June 1, 2018
Panel Sessions include
- At the Intersection of Pain, Reward, & Opioid Tolerance
- The BRAIN Initiative: Harnessing Technology for Pain Research
- Disparities in Clinical Pain Management.
APS President William Maxiner, DDS PhD, will give an update from the Society on June 1 at 8:30 am EDT. APS Director at Large Claudia Campbell, PhD, will present at 11 am EDT.
Only days remain before the May 21 deadline—along with the chance to save up to $300—on early registration discounts for the World Congress on Pain, September 12–16, 2018, in Boston! In addition as an APS member, you enjoy another 10% off rates with code “APS2018.”
Still unsure about attending? Check out the new interactive scientific program to customize a World Congress itinerary unique to your needs and interests.
IASP wants your participation in the largest pain event on the planet! Join 7,000 pain peers for 77+ curated topical workshops, 2,200 posters, 22 refresher courses, 15 plenary lectures, 13 satellite symposia, and numerous special sessions.
This is your chance to binge-learn about the latest pain science at a global event not held in the United States since 2002.
Don’t delay—register by May 21!