Persistent Perioperative Pain Symposium

Program


Meeting Chair Hesham Elsharkawy, MD, MBA, MSc, FASA, describes the problem of persistent pain after surgery, and gives an overview of the program designed to help you predict, prevent, and provide treatment for postsurgical pain in your practice.


9:45 – 10:00 am ET: Welcome and Opening Addresses

9:45 am – Meeting Chairs Welcome

9:52 am – ASRA Presidential Address

10:00 am – Session Adjournment

 

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10:00 – 11:00 am ET: Basic Science and Risk Factors – How This Happens

10:00 am – Session Introduction

10:05 am – Mechanism of Transition from Acute to Chronic Pain

10:15 am – Patients at Risk and Pain Phenotypes Associated with Chronic Post Surgical Pain (CPSP)

10:25 am – Development, Validation, and Clinical Utility of Acute to Chronic Pain Biomarkers

10:35 am – Predictors and Risk Stratification of CPSP

10:45 am – Panel Discussion and Open Forum

11:00 am – Session Adjournment

11:00 11:15 am ET: Break
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11:15 am – 12:15 pm ET: Prevention and Treatments – Leaving No Patient Behind

11:15 am – Session Introduction

11:20 am – Beyond the Block: Evolution of the Acute Pain Service to Address the Opioid Crisis

11:30 am – Preventing Addiction and Solving Pain Puzzle with Customized Analgesic Plan

11:40 am – Perioperative and Intraoperative Preventive Measures for CPSP

11:50 am – Interventional Role in the Subacute Stage: Peripheral Nerve Stimulation and Cryotherapy

12:00 pm – Panel Discussion and Open Forum

12:15 pm – Session Adjournment

12:15 – 1:00 pm ET: Non-CME Ancillary Event by SPR Therapeutics

Can PNS Fill the Void in Transitional Pain Management? The Potential Role for 60-Day PNS in the Management of Treatment-resistant Sub-acute Pain 

1:00 1:15 pm ET: Break

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1:15 – 2:15 pm ET: Transitional Pain Service – Bridging the Gap Between Acute and Chronic Pain Services

1:15 pm – Session Introduction

1:20 pm – Implementing a Transitional Pain Service

1:30 pm – Business Aspects of Transitional Pain Service – How to Start and Sustain

1:40 pm – Economic Hurdles and Uncertainties in the Practice of Transitional Pain Management

1:50 pm – The Future of Transitional Pain Services

2:00 pm – Panel Discussion and Open Forum

2:15 pm – Session Adjournment

2:15 2:30 pm ET: Break

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2:30 – 3:30 pm ET: Multidisciplinary Approach – Working Together Is Success

2:30 pm – Session Introduction

2:35 pm – The Role of Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Assistants in the Transitional Pain Service

2:45 pm – The Role of Addiction Medicine and Psychological Interventions

2:55 pm – Perioperative Behavioral Medicine for Pain: More than Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

3:05 pm – International Perspectives

3:15 pm – Pediatric Pain Management Perspectives

3:25 pm – Panel Discussion and Open Forum

3:30 pm – Session Adjournment

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3:45 - 4:30 pm ET: Patients and Surgeons' Perspectives: Real World Patient Journey in Transitional Pain Service, Lessons Learned

3:45 pm - Case Study Introduction

3:55 pm - Patient Perspective

4:05 pm - Surgeon Perspective

4:15 pm - Panel Discussion and Open Forum

4:30 pm - Session Adjournment

4:30 – 4:45 pm ET: Closing Remarks

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