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10 Articles in this Series
Introduction
An AAPM 2019 Preview
APRNs/PAs in Pain Medicine SIG Gets Underway
Cannabis Has Entered Pain Management and Is Here to Stay: What Clinicians Need to Consider
Managing Pain in Marginalized Populations, including Ethnic Minorities, LGBTQ, and the Obese
Neuromodulation: A Roundtable on Current Best Practice & Key Questions
Pro/Con: CGRP Antibodies and Treatment Choice for Chronic Migraine
Pro/Con: Conservative Care is the Best Route for Chronic Pelvic Pain
Pro/Con: CRPS - Use Everything but Stimulation
Pro/Con: Ketamine for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Neuropathic Pain, and More
Pro/Con: Radiofrequency Denervation is Effective (The MINT Studies)

APRNs/PAs in Pain Medicine SIG Gets Underway

One of the newest special interest groups collaborating at AAPM 2019 is the APRNs/PAs in Pain Medicine SIG. Founded just last November, the group's first meeting will take place in Denver at the academy's 35th annual meeting on Saturday, March 9. The SIG is co-chaired by PPM Editorial Board Member Theresa (Tracey) Mallick-Searle, NP,  as well as Jeremy Adler, PA, and Sean Mackey, MD.

The SIG's goal is to advance and promote education, research, and the clinical role of APRNs/PAs functioning in interprofessional pain management. The group aims to educate advanced practice providers (APPs) on pain management best practices, advance the role of APRNs and PAs in pain medicine, and provide a supportive networking group for meeting professional goals.

Stay tuned for a follow-up report about the SIG's first meeting.

Read Mallick-Searle's new "For the APP" column.

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