OHSU annual PAIN Day, Feb. 28

“Millions suffer from acute or chronic pain every year and the effects of pain exact a tremendous cost on our country” –The American Academy of Pain Medicine

Pain Awareness and Investigation Network (PAIN) DAY

Tuesday, February 28, 2012
12 to 6 p.m.
Vey Conference Center, 11th Floor
Doernbecher Children’s Hospital

PAIN Day draws attention to acute and chronic pain as significant medical problems that impact individuals, families and the larger community. The occasion brings together national speakers and OHSU researchers across a variety of disciplines. Stephen Arneric, Ph.D., Senior Research Fellow, Eli Lilly, will present on “Why do so many promising drugs fail?” and Tim Brennan, M.D./Ph.D., Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Iowa, will speak on “Mechanisms for Postoperative Pain.” Workshops explore “Managing Pain in Challenging Populations,” “Facial Pain,” and “Opiods for chronic pain management: should we take that path?” Also, OHSU scientists involved in pain research will present their findings at an OHSU-wide poster session.

Sign up to present a poster and register for the event (free). Continuing education credits are available. View the full program for more information.

Sponsored by the OHSU Schools of Nursing and Dentistry, Offices of the Provost and Vice President for Research, and the Knight Cancer Institute.

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