AAPM 2020 Call for Sessions Now Live

The AAPM 2020 Annual Meeting Program Committee is now accepting educational session proposals through July 15, 5 pm CT. The AAPM Annual Meeting is the must-attend meeting of the year for clinicians treating patients in pain, making it the perfect venue to disseminate important information to the entire field. AAPM 2020 will focus on the theme ​Innovation and Technology in Pain Medicine​. Proposals should incorporate the theme using any of the following submission categories:

  • Procedural and Surgical Interventions
  • Acute Pain / Preventing Transition to Chronic Pain
  • Pharmacotherapies
  • Physical and Behavioral Therapies
  • Integrative and Transdisciplinary Care
  • Diagnostics and Imaging Science
  • Practice Management
  • Pain Treatment for Special Populations
  • Educating and Training Tomorrow’s Clinicians
  • Academic and Research
  • Basic and Translational Science
Learn more about the call for sessions and submit proposals by using your AAPM username and password to login to the AAPM 2020 submission portal.

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