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AAPM Honors the late Academy Founder and President, Philipp M. Lippe, MD

In the 1980s, a group of physicians built the foundation for what would become the American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM).

On November 5, 2020, Philipp M. Lippe, MD, one of those founders, died. While Phil did not single-handedly establish AAPM, he was a monumental force in its formation and growth over the decades. Today, he is remembered by those that knew him personally as a man of integrity, a leader with an indomitable will, a passionate advocate of Pain Medicine, a friend, and of course as spouse and father. 

The AAPM Board of Directors honors his life, his loyalty, and his legacy. Phil’s formal obituary can be found here. 

Also, please read Encomium: Philipp Maria Lippe, MD, FACS, DABPM in Pain Medicine

Members Granted Free Access to Content in the AAPM Education Center

Given the number of in-person conferences being cancelled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, now may be an especially useful time to check out the online pain education available in the AAPM Education Center. Free and discounted access to premier online pain medicine education is one of the most highly valued aspects of AAPM membership, and now members have access to even more content.

Members can now access full libraries of 2018 and 2019 AAPM Annual Meeting session recordings for $0 through June 1, 2020.

  • AAPM 2019 Annual Meeting On Demand: includes recordings from the Academy’s 35th Annual Meeting in Denver, CO, that focus on the meeting theme State-of-the-Art Advancements in Pain Medicine.
  • AAPM 2018 Annual Meeting On Demand: includes recordings from the Academy’s 34th Annual Meeting in Vancouver, BC, Canada, that focus on the meeting theme Managing Acute and High-Impact Chronic Pain Through Multidisciplinary Care.

Stream recorded AAPM 2020 sessions and preconference courses at reduced member rates.

It’s hard to believe that AAPM 2020 took place just over a month ago, before social distancing measures were widely in place in the U.S. 2020 Annual Meeting session recordings are now available, along with recordings of the 2020 Pharmacologic Pain Management and Behavioral Medicine preconference courses. AAPM 2020 On Demand is available online and members receive significantly reduced rates. Learn more.

Head to the AAPM Education Center and login to your member account to get started.

If you are not yet an AAPM member or your membership has lapsed. Join or renew to immediately start receiving benefits.

Contact AAPM Member Services with assistance accessing your account or becoming a member at [email protected] or 847-375-4731.

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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