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NIH 16th Annual Pain Consortium Symposium on Advances in Pain Research, 5-24 through 5-25-21
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Pain and Pandemics: Challenges and Opportunities in the Current Social and Healthcare Climate


Keynote Presentations - Julie M. Fritz, PhD, PT, FAPTA; The University of Utah;  Expert Panel Sessions: The Impact of Social Determinants of Health on Chronic Pain and Pain Management; The Impac of COVID-19 on Chronic Pain and Comorbidities; Interventions for Reducing Pain Disparities Roundtable Discussion; Mitchell Max Award Presentation

On May 24th – 25th, the NIH Pain Consortium will convene the 16th Annual NIH Pain Consortium Symposium on Advances in Pain Research via a virtual platform. The symposium: “Pain and Pandemics: Challenges and Opportunities in the Current Social and Healthcare Climate”, will address a timely topic on the impact of the current socioeconomic, healthcare and social justice challenges on pain management. Topics will include the impact of COVID-19 on acute and chronic pain conditions, comorbidities and disparities, with a focus on vulnerable populations. The symposium will also discuss current opportunities for interventions to reduce health disparities and increase effective pain management across populations.











Meeting Date

Monday, May 24 - Tuesday, May 25, 2021, 11:00-5:30 EDT.


Sponsored by

NIH Pain Consortium





 

 

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