Thank you to everyone who joined us for the first-ever Persistent Perioperative Pain Symposium. Session recordings are available to anyone who registered by 4:30 pm ET on Saturday, September 25, 2021. See the virtual event site for more information.
Join us for the first-ever Persistent Perioperative Pain Symposium, a one-day program designed for all members of the healthcare team!
Learn why patients develop chronic pain and how to predict the development of chronic pain after surgery, including through new technology and machine learning. Understand prevention and treatment including addressing issues related to opioid use and use of interventional techniques in the subacute stage. Experts will discuss implementing a transitional pain service and the importance of a multidisciplinary approach. After attending this one-day, virtual event, you'll be poised to implement new approaches or augment your efforts to address and manage transitional pain.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to advance your knowledge and skill in addressing transitional pain to improve your patients' experiences.
This stand-alone virtual symposium is presented by the ASRA Persistent Perioperative Pain Special Interest Group. The Persistent Perioperative Pain Symposium offers 4.75 hours CME and 1-hour break with non-CME (sponsored) program.
Learn more about the symposium and the benefits of a transitional pain program
ASRA Board Member and Regional Anesthesia and Pain Podcast (RAPP) host Raj Gupta, MD, sat down with faculty member David Edwards, MD, PhD, recently to talk about how this service can bring value to your organization and better serve your patients.