2014 Pain, Addiction and the Law

An ACCME Accredited Educational Program Addressing the Issues Facing The Chronic Pain Patient and the Use of Opioids Jointly Sponsored by UNC School of Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine, and the Pain Society of the Carolinas. CME: Earn up to 13.5 CME credits!!!

When May 02, 2014 03:00 PM to
May 04, 2014 01:30 PM
Where The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education
Contact Name
Contact Phone 919-966-5136
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Pain, Addiction and the Law Aegis Sciences Resident scholars program In Chronic Pain Friday- May 2, 2014 4:00 – 9:30 p.m.

Open to Residents in an accredited medical Program who desire further instruction in the management of chronic pain in a "boot camp" format. Enrollment is limited to 50 Residents and is without any fee!

 

PAIN, ADDICTION AND THE LAW 2014 - DAY ONE (CME provided)

Saturday May 3, 2014

7:15-7:45am

Continental Breakfast, Registration and Exhibits Open

7:45-8:00

Welcome and Introduction – Manoj Bobby Wunnava MD

8:00-9:00

KEYNOTE: William Maixner DDS, PhD (talk title pending)

9:00-9:45

Dan Doleys PhD – “The Psychology of Pain”

9:45- 10:00

Break and Exhibits

10:00-10:45

Steven Prakken MD – “Opioid-induced Hyperalgesia”

10:45-11:30

Jennifer Bolen JD – “The Legal Side of Pain”

11:30-12:00

Panel Discussion with Experts Maixner, Doleys, Prakken, Bolen

12:00-1:00

Industry Supported Luncheon (Lunch Provided, No CME)

1:00-1:45

Hendree Jones PhD – “Recognizing and Addressing Opioid Use Disorders Among Women: What Providers Can Do to Help”

1:45-2:30

Chris Edwards PhD – “Racial Variations in Pain”

2:30-3:15

Dan Doleys PhD – “Pain: What it Was, What it is Currently & What Might it be”

3:15-3:30

Break and Exhibits

3:30-4:15

Rev Fred Wells Brason II, Project Lazarus – “Global Review of the Law and Pain Medicine”

4:15-5:00

Jennifer Wells, US District Attorney– (pending)

5:00-5:45

Panel Discussion with Experts Hendree, Jones, Edwards, Doleys, Brason, McAdams

5:45 -7:00

Networking Reception with Exhibitors – all attendees welcome

 

 

Sunday May 4, 2014

7:15-7:45am

Continental Breakfast and Exhibits

7:45

Introductory Remarks

8:00-8:45

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Lynn Webster – “State of Pain Medicine 2014”

8:45-9:30

Bill Blau MD, PhD – "Opioid Use in Pain Medicine”

9:30-9:45

Breaks and Exhibits

9:45-10:30

Donnie Varnell, Special Agent in Charge – “Partnerships For Solutions Drug Diversion Trends In The Carolinas”

Diversion & Environmental Crimes

NC State Bureau of Investigation

10:30-11:15

Richard Boortz-Marx MD – “Pain in the Older Person”

11:15-12

Tom Van de Ven MD, PhD – “Clinical Aspects of Transition from Acute to Chronic Pain”

12-12:45

Samuel McLean MD, MPH – (talk title pending)

12:45-1:15

Panel Discussion with Experts Webster, Blau, Varnell, Boortz-Marx, Van de Ven, McLean

1:15-1:30

Closing Remarks

For Registration visit: https://continuingeducation.dcri.duke.edu/pal-2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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