AACIPM regularly hosts original symposia, and shares information about other relevant conferences, to achieve our alliance’s collective goal of increasing access to high-quality, affordable, whole health pain management. These events have generated a multitude of helpful resources (below) for people living with pain, providers, insurers, large purchasers of healthcare, academia, researchers, and government agencies who are in need of practical information, data, and the latest trends related to comprehensive integrative pain management.
UVM Integrative Health Presents Integrative Pain Management Conference
May 7, 2021
We are excited to announce that registration is open for this important conference presented by UVM Integrative Health and hosted by the University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences. This conference is designed to meet the needs of an interdisciplinary health care community. All health care professionals are welcome.
AACIPM is promoting the dissemination of this conference and encourages all stakeholders to share this high-quality resource with your networks.
Innovation & Progress in Person-Centered Pain Management
May 13-14, 2020
The Alliance to Advance Comprehensive Integrative Pain Management’s (AACIPM) virtual symposium, Innovation & Progress in Person-Centered Pain Management, was held on May 13-14, 2020. This two-day symposium includes a careful sampling of the nation’s leading examples of innovation and progress which support advancing a cultural shift to evidence-informed, whole-person-oriented pain management featuring multi-disciplinary, team-based approaches.
Equity in Access to Comprehensive Integrative Pain Management for People with Chronic Pain
September 24, 2020
For Pain Awareness Month in September, AACIPM hosted this forum in partnership with the US Pain Foundation. This approximately 4-hour symposium examines the practical realities for people with chronic pain in the safety net and beyond.
Behavioral Health as Part of Comprehensive Pain Care and Payment Design for People with Pain
November 12, 2020
This 2.5-hour symposium was hosted by the Alliance to Advance Comprehensive Integrative Pain Management in partnership with the American Psychological Association. The program examines behavioral health as part of a comprehensive approach to pain management from the perspectives of providers, people with pain, payors and purchasers of healthcare.
Canadian and U.S. Veterans’ Leading Experts Unite for New Series about Chronic Pain Best Practices
November 18 & 25 and December 2 & 9, 2020
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