Connect Directly with Pain Professionals
The APS Corporate Council provides industry partners with a direct connection to APS members, a multidisciplinary community of more than 2,500 leaders in the study and treatment of pain. Companies whose products and services support the pain profession can meet with APS leaders annually at a 1-day Corporate Council Roundtable to engage in ongoing dialogue on hot topics and future trends in the field. In addition, council members can network at the annual scientific meeting’s President’s Recognition Reception, a private reception with APS Board members, committee chairs, and other leaders where award recipients are recognized.
- Reach more than 2,500 leaders in the study and treatment of pain.
- Meet with the leaders in pain to exchange ideas and knowledge.
- Join APS to enhance patient outcomes.
APS has tailored membership tiers to offer you various levels of involvement based on your company’s objectives and financial resources. Corporate Council dues are set on a 12-month cycle. Click here to see a list of current Corporate Council members.
Corporate Circle ($25,000)
An exclusive, high-level corporate partnership is available to a limited group of industry supporters, offering benefits that will reinforce your company’s industry leadership position, offer key networking opportunities, and fulfill multiple marketing objectives.
A mid-level partnership that offers enhanced benefits designed to maximize your impact on the leaders in the study and treatment of pain. This level will provide additional opportunities for visibility, research, and communication.
An entry-level corporate partnership that offers a variety of benefits designed to fit the needs of your company and reach leaders in the study and treatment of pain.
Corporate Council Roundtable
Meet with APS leaders to exchange ideas and knowledge. This 1-day meeting is designed to facilitate an ongoing dialogue between industry and APS leaders. This is a unique opportunity for open discussion on hot topics and future trends in the field of pain and is a way for both the association and industry to capitalize on each other’s strengths to advance the specialty of pain and enhance patient care. The purpose of the roundtable is to
- inform the Corporate Council about the APS strategic plan and achievements
- provide socioeconomic updates
- review practice development initiatives
- offer industry feedback and guidance to the society.
President’s Recognition Reception
You will be invited to network with APS Board members, committee chairs, and leaders at a private reception during the APS Annual Scientific Meeting. The reception recognizes the many award recipients, including the Clinical Centers of Excellence in Pain Management Award.
Receive all APS communications and stay informed. You will receive The Journal of Pain, APS’s official, frequently cited, indexed journal. The journal provides a forum for scholarly presentations and commentaries on issues and controversies. Each issue presents reports of original clinical and scientific research. APS E-News delivers relevant monthly information such as the latest pain news, information on advocacy related to pain, and clinical trials.
Clinical Practice Guidelines
Receive access to clinical practice guidelines that are created by interdisciplinary panels with expertise in methods used to critique and synthesize published research and other sources.
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