Re-opening and Revitalizing Your Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic Free Live CME Webinar May 21, 6 pm CT

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing substantial disruptions to daily life around the world and pain practitioners across the globe are affected by these disruptions while care for their patients with chronic pain. Slowly social distancing regulations are beginning to lift throughout the country, and providers are navigating how to re-open and adapt their practices.

AAPM will present a free live CME webinar on Thursday, May 21, 6-7:15 pm CT, titled Re-opening and Revitalizing Your Practice During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Attendees will hear from an expert panel comprised of both academic as well as private practice practitioners who will share strategies to safely and successfully provide patient care in this new environment.

Make sure your most pressing questions and concerns are addressed by participating in a brief 5-question Re-Opening Your Pain Practice Amidst COVID-19 Survey. Responses are anonymous and will be incorporated into the May 21 webinar and interactive Q & A portion of the activity.

Presenters for this live activity include Vitaly Gordin, MD, Tim Lamer, MD, Tobias Moeller-Bertram, MD PhD MAS, Gregory Polston, MD, ToNhu Vu, MD, and Ajay Wasan, MD MSc.​

Participation in AAPM COVID-19 educational activities is free. Registration is required by logging into your AAPM account or creating a new account. 

The capacity for the May 21 webinar is 200 live participants, and we anticipate the webinar will sell out. Please only register if you are able to attend the live activity. A recording will be freely available in the AAPM Education Center following the live event. Contact AAPM Member Services for assistance at [email protected] or 847-375-4731.

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