American Pain Society Scientific Meeting, April 3-6, Milwaukee

Conference Explores Opioids and Emerging Alternative Therapies

Contact:  Chuck Weber, [email protected], 262-473-3018, 847-217-7282 (cell)

Feb. 15, 2019

WHO:              American Pain Society

                      The leading U.S. professional society devoted to advancing pain science and interdisciplinary pain                            management.

WHAT:            APS Annual Scientific Meeting

                       “Combatting the Opioid Epidemic Through Innovation in the Treatment of Pain”

                       Unique opportunity to cover the latest clinical and scientific discoveries concerned with solving the                           opioids epidemic and developing effective alternative therapies.

WHEN:            April 3-6, 2019

WHERE:          Wisconsin Center, 400 West Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee

WHY:              Plenary sessions and panel symposia during the APS conference will dwell on new research to                                  discover safer pain medications and on promising non-pharmaceutical interventions for chronic pain.                        Speakers will share emerging science and how it translates to clinical practice. Officials from the                              National Institutes of Health will provide updates on the NIH HEAL Initiative (Helping to End                                    Addiction Long-term) and its potential to significantly advance pain science.  

Media:              Journalists interested in covering the APS meeting on site should contact Chuck Weber at (262)                                473-3018, 847-217-7282 (mobile), or at [email protected] to obtain media credentials and                              complimentary advance registration.  The pressroom will open at 7:30 a.m. on April 4 

                        Author attended scientific posters will be presented on Thursday and Friday, April 4-5 and will                                  remain on display for the duration of the poster and exhibit hours. 

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