The Napa Pain Conference is a forum where attendees discuss and learn the latest evidence for the treatment of pain. Participants receive new information and strategies to integrate advancements into their clinical practice.
Physicians, generalists and specialists, including but not limited to: internal medicine, primary care physicians, anesthesiologists, pain management and interventional pain management, emergency medicine and any physician seeking to better address the chronic or acute pain experienced by their patients.
Provided education will also benefit researchers, physician assistants, nurses, allied health professionals, and other
It has become increasingly important for healthcare providers to implement multifaceted interventions to treat chronic pain, reducing the risks for opioid overprescribing, misuse, and diversion without limiting appropriate access to treatment. As with every rapidly evolving specialty, existing practitioners must learn how to implement best practices related to advancements in patient care, patient adherence, assessment and evaluation, as well as prescriber and patient communication.