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Welcome to the Presentation and Abstracts Submission Site

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Call for Presentations

Are you a clinical, legal, or public policy expert who values exemplary continuing education? Have you uncovered relevant knowledge gleaned from managing pain during the pandemic? Submit proposal(s) for a course at PAINWeek 2023! While subject matter relevance is paramount, creativity and enhanced learner engagement are essential and equally important in the review and consideration process.

What Can You Expect as a PAINWeek Faculty Member? Elevation and recognition in your field. An Expert Opinion interview session published on painweek.org. Networking with current and emerging opinion leaders

We are accepting calls for presentations for the following tracks:

  • Acute Pain Management
  • Advanced Practice Provider
  • Behavioral Pain Management
  • Cannabinoids
  • Chronic Pain Management
  • Geriatric Pain Management
  • Government and Public Policy
  • Health Coaching
  • Interventional Pain Management
  • Integrative Pain Management
  • Medical/Legal Issues
  • Migraine
  • Musculoskeletal Pain
  • Neuropathic Pain
  • Pain and Chemical Dependency
  • Pain Clinical Trials
  • Palliative Care
  • Pediatric Pain Management
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • Physical Therapy
  • Regional Pain Syndromes
  • Rheumatology
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Technology
  • Urogenital Pain
  • Women's Health
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    The deadline for submission is February 28, 2023.


    Call for Abstracts

    DEADLINE for submission is 11:59p ET, Friday, June 30, 2023. All authors will be notified via email on or by August 11, 2023.

    PAINWeek invites you to submit abstracts for posters to be presented at the 2023 PAINWeek National Conference. Please review the guidelines below.

    Abstracts may be research oriented, or evidence based, and relevant to specialists and frontline practitioners who manage acute and chronic pain. They may include medication management, devices, and digital therapeutics. Abstracts may be a summary of research findings or a review of current evidence-based recommendations for clinical applications that are pertinent to frontline practitioners who treat patients in pain.

    Abstract Guidelines

    1. At least one presenting author or presenter of accepted abstracts must register at the current registration rate to attend the PAINWeek National Conference. Submission of an abstract does not automatically register you for the conference.
    2. PAINWeek will accept abstracts that have already been presented at other medical conferences.
    3. Abstracts should be 1300 words or less, with maximums as defined below. (Titles, author names, and affiliations are not included in that word count)
      • Purpose: 350 words
      • Methods: 350 words
      • Results: 400 words
      • Conclusions: 200 words
    4. List affiliations for all authors, such as universities and other institutions.
    5. List names of all authors, in the order in which you wish them to appear in printed text. At least one listed author must attend PAINWeek to present.
    6. List disclosures (financial and/or in-kind support). If none, state “Nothing to disclose by any author(s)”.
    7. Please indicate whether you are interested in being considered to present orally.
    8. Do not use tables, charts, or graphs in your abstract submission (they can be included in the actual poster).
    9. There is no limit to the number of abstracts one author may submit for consideration.
    10. The first author is responsible for communicating all these policies to all involved parties.
    11. Student authors are permitted to submit.

    Disclosures: PAINWeek requires faculty and poster authors/presenters who have an interest in selling a technology, program, product, and/or service to healthcare professionals to disclose this information in order to be considered for and/or present at any PAINWeek educational session.

    Publication: If your abstract is accepted, you will be notified on or by August 11, and the abstract will be posted online by August 30. Only accepted abstracts will be posted online. Posters will not be published online.

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