This Week in Pain

This Week in Pain

Everything you need to know about this week's news in pain (April 30)

This Week in Pain
26th Annual Clinical Meeting

26th Annual Clinical Meeting

at the Gaylord National in Washington, D.C.
September 17-20, 2015

26th Annual Clinical Meeting
Spring Credential Exams

Earn the Credential That is Right For You

Spring Credential Examinations
and Study Aid Course

Spring Credential Exams
We Oppose the Missouri Prescription Monitoring Program Bill

Why We Oppose the Missouri Prescription Monitoring Program Bill

Robert Twillman, Ph. D., FAPM and Executive Director, American Academy of Pain Management

We Oppose the Missouri Prescription Monitoring Program Bill

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