SYNChronicity 2020 will convene as a virtual conference with dynamic content, speakers, and sessions. SYNChronicity brings together medical professionals, service providers, government officials, and health advocates on HIV, HCV, STI, and LGBTQ health in the changing and dynamic health care landscape, with a focus on underserved racial and ethnic minorities, and LGBTQ communities.
Join AAPM for the must-attend pain medicine meeting of the year for all clinicians treating patients in pain. Learn from leading experts in the field, network, and hear about the latest scientific and technical advancements in pain. annualmeeting.painmed.org
Clinical leaders at hospitals and health systems across the country are implementing system-wide initiatives to address the opioid epidemic.
Eager to share what’s working, and what’s not, these leaders are gathering this February to discuss organizational policies, protocols, and programs being deployed, opportunities for more effective use of PDMPs and data analytics to monitor patient and prescriber behaviors, partnerships being formed with stakeholders across the care continuum and community, alternative pain management therapies becoming available, and treatment options and recovery efforts that are working to address opioid dependence and Opioid Use Disorder.
Attend this conference on substance use disorders to hear the latest research and find guidance that enhances your care for patients.
Substance use disorders are complex and have a huge impact on patients, families and communities. They challenge even experienced health care professionals to stay current with evolving guidelines. And they are seen and treated across all professions, disciplines and practice settings. This includes primary care, psychiatry, social work, psychology, family practice, nursing and more.
That’s why our agenda focuses on a broad update across the spectrum of substance use disorders. Sessions cover everything from neuroscience and developmental perspectives all the way through recovery-oriented systems of care. Our faculty share their experience as both clinical caregivers and research experts. They make time to answer questions and help you find solutions for complex conditions.