CME/CE articles from PAINWeek


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Please see below for the activities that will provide you clinical information on pain management. Please click here to visit the PAINWeek website for additional activities on pain management.

CME/CE articles from PAINWeek 2012


myCME is pleased to announce its partnership with PAINWeek!

Our combined mission is to produce and deliver timely, clinically relevant, independent, and innovative CME that helps clinicians improve the quality of patient care, through content that is well-balanced, scientifically rigorous, objective, and evidence-based.

Please see below for the activities that will provide you clinical information on pain management. Please click here to visit the PAINWeek website for additional activities on pain management.




Chronic Pain AssessmentExternal web site

Effective clinical interviewing and pain assessment are critical to the appropriate diagnosis and management of ...

1.00 Credits

Women and PainExternal web site

The session systematically reviews sex-related differences that distinguish men and women. This is followed by ...

1.00 Credits

Regional Pain Syndromes: Hip and Lower ExtremityExternal web site

This presentation offers a comprehensive overview of the gamut of musculoskeletal pain states and diagnoses ...

1.25 Credits

Understanding Female Chronic Pelvic PainExternal web site

This session focuses on the epidemiology and impact of female chronic (CPP) including its known ...

1.25 Credits

New Drugs and Drug News in Pain Management and Palliative CareExternal web site

It is imperative that practioners be knowledgeable about new drugs and dosage formulations introduced to ...

1.00 Credits

NSAIDs and Adjuvant Therapies for Chronic Pain ManagementExternal web site

Extensive evidence demonstrates the analgesic efficacy of adjuvants, anti-inflammatories, and simple analgesics.

1.00 Credits

Medical Ethics in the Pain ClinicExternal web site

This panel presents the conflict that exists in the treatment of chronic pain patients. Patients ...

1.25 Credits

When Does Acute Pain Become Chronic?External web site

Many factors have been identified as predictive of acute pain becoming chronic. Unfortunately, the number ...

1.00 Credits

Inflammatory ArthritisExternal web site

The differential diagnosis of a patient entering a healthcare provider's office with monarticular, oligoarticular, or ...

1.00 Credits

When Peripheral Pain Becomes Central: Diagnosis and TreatmentExternal web site

This presentation discusses how peripheral pain, whether caused by injury or disease, may imprint itself ...

1.00 Credits

Lifelong Pain Management for Cancer SurvivorsExternal web site

This master class addresses the numerous issues (psychiatric and social needs) and treatment options for ...

1.75 Credits

Treating the Medium to High Risk PatientExternal web site

Frontline practitioners, due to various circumstances, find themselves taking on the treatment of medium-risk to ...

1.00 Credits

Opioids in the Treatment of Chronic, Episodic, and Breakthrough PainExternal web site

Opiods are a mainstay of therapy for moderate-to-severe pain.

1.00 Credits

Treatment of the Chronic Pain Patient: Filling in the Gaps Between VisitsExternal web site

Drs. Chiauzzi and Zacharoff discuss specific challenges that exist in the course of managing chronic ...

1.00 Credits

Interventional Management for Spinal Radicular PainExternal web site

Geared to the frontline clinician, this course discusses establishing a diagnosis and matching appropriate procedure ...

1.25 Credits

Chronic Pain in Older Adults: Considerations and Educational NeedsExternal web site

Drs. Lemtouni and Zacharoff discuss the challenges of the medical treatment of chronic pain in ...

1.00 Credits

Managing Neuropathic Pain: When to Refer to a SpecialistExternal web site

This presentation focuses on the diagnosis and management of common neuropathic pain conditions, with special ...

1.50 Credits

Acute Pain Management in the Emergency DepartmentExternal web site

"Ouch, that hurts! I need to be seen!" Acute pain is the number one reason ...

1.00 Credits

REMS: Where We Came From and Where We Should BeExternal web site

This session discusses the history and development of RES up to the recent failed submission ...

1.25 Credits

Differential Diagnosis of Migraine HeadacheExternal web site

This course describes various types of primary headache disorders and differentiates between migraine headache and ...

1.00 Credits

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Breakthrough Cancer Pain Monographs

Breakthrough cancer pain (BTCP) is a common occurrence in cancer patients that can be treated by a number of immediate-release (IR) opioids, some of which are specifically labeled for this use (i.e., IR fentanyl). However, the predominant use of breakthrough pain products, particularly the IR fentanyls, is off-label for noncancer pain-related diagnoses. Education is needed around the safe use of opioid analgesics and, more specifically, the IR fentanyl medications for BTCP. This educational program is specifically designed to support this objective.

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