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September 13-16, 2017

Phoenix, Arizona12/1/2015
  
September 25-29, 2018
Bonita Springs, Florida12/2/2015
  
September 18-21, 2019
Portland, Oregon12/3/2015
  
December 14, 2015 - December 14, 2017

This online, on-demand two-hour, interprofessional continuing medical education course meets Tennessee and most other state prescribing requirements for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and veterinarians and offers content important to the extended medical care team.​

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online, on-demand CME activity12/14/2015
  
May 1-3, 2017

19th Annual Trauman Symposium

Areas covered include trauma, emergency medicine and critical care. Up to 17 contact hours.

Symposium Brochure

Symposium Agenda

Registration Form

www.atlanticare.org/symposium

Atlantic City, New Jersey5/1/2017
  
May 1, 2017

​Sponsored by: Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital​

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Santa Barbara, California5/1/2017
  
May 2017

Together Walk
Life-altering, chronic pain is REAL, and better treatments are needed TODAY!

Fibromyalgia:  invisible, physical disorder characterized by chronic widespread muscle pain and fatigue

It’s time to make fibromyalgia (FM) and chronic pain diseases visible, advocate for better access to care, and encourage and fund research for integrative treatments for FM. Held annually across the nation, Together Walks are a global movement to create a world where men, women, children, seniors, and our veterans have access to the treatments they need.

More than 700 live supporters and thousands online joined the inaugural Together Walks in May 2016, and we are thrilled to have you join us this year!

2-4% of the American population suffers from FM – that’s 10 million of our fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, and our veterans. Show your support by joining a Together Walk or donating in your loved one’s honor.

What impact can YOU make through Together Walks?
  • Raise FM awareness by educating local communities and political leaders about this condition
  • Alleviate stigmatization of people suffering with FM and chronic pain diseases
  • Create more research funding, especially in the field of effective integrative treatment modalities
  • Increase support by providing local, accessible resources and information for daily living to patients
  • Promote the ramifications, including financial consequences, of chronic pain to the public, legislators, medical community and government agencies
Can you imagine what can be done together when there is a Together Walk in every state and across the globe? Come stroll, walk or roll 1K/5K with us by joining an event near year. We can’t wait to walk with you! 

Interested in hosting a live Together Walk in 2017? Please contact the NFMCPA at info@togetherwalks.org

Together we make a difference and make fibromyalgia visible! Learn more at togetherwalks.org​
Various5/1/2017
  
May 17-20, 2017

​The Premier Pain Science Event for Pain Researchers and Clinicians

Pre-Conference Session for Students, Trainees and Early Career Post Fellows: Fundamentals of Translational Pain Medicine: Integrating Science into Clinical Care​.

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Pittsburgh, PA5/17/2017
  
June 15-18, 2017
 
The 6th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain (NeuPSIG 2017) is an international forum that provides the latest research and developments in understanding the mechanisms, assessment, prevention and treatment of neuropathic pain.

The meeting is a superb opportunity to network and strengthen scientific collaboration. In 2017 the congress will take place in the beautiful city of Gothenburg, Sweden. Attendees will join a global community of specialists, June 2017, at an interactive congress that encourages all participants to shape the scientific program.

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Gothenburg, Sweden6/15/2017
  
November 3, 2017

​Sponsored by: Wisconsin ASPMN® Chapter

Green Bay, Wisconsin11/3/2017