CPF and Vanderbilt's Department of Anesthesiology are co-hosting the 2019 Tennessee Pediatric Pain Management Symposium.
The Pain Symposium will offer providers 2 hours of controlled substance prescribing CME credits, required by the state of TN every 2 years for practitioners who prescribe controlled substances.
The Pain Symposium is set-up as a dinner format, with food and drinks served while education is delivered.
The Education Schedule:
6:00 pm – Check in and Registration
6:15 pm – Introductory comments: Andrew Franklin, MD
6:30 pm – The Opioid Crisis in Tennessee and Regulatory Actions – Rodrigo Llobet, MD
6:45 pm – Utilizing the Controlled Substance Monitoring Database (CSMD) – David Edwards, MD
7:00 pm – Pain Management for the Child with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome – Jenna Sobey, MD
7:15 pm – The Role of Depression and Anxiety in Pediatric Chronic Pain – Amanda Stone, PhD
7:30 pm – Panel Q&A with Lecturers 1-4
7:45 pm – Alternatives to Opioids: Opioid Adjuncts – Elisabeth Hughes MD
8:00 pm – Opioid Pharmacogenomics: Which Opioid is Best for Your Patient? – Carrie Menser MD
8:15 pm – Multidisciplinary Approach to Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome – Lauren Sanlorenzo, MD
8:30 pm – Acute Management of Common Injuries in the Pediatric Athlete – Alex Diamond, MD
8:45 pm – Panel Q&A with Lecturers 5-8
9:00 pm – Closing comments