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NC Chapter of American Society for Pain Management Nurses Conference

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Duke South Amphitheatre

40 Duke Medicine Cir

Durham, NC 27710

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Please join us for our first annual North Carolina Chapter of the American Society for Pain Management Nursing on February 24th. We will be located at the Duke South Amphitheater. Registration begins at 0730 with coffee and a light breakfast provided.

We have several great speakers lined up.

Dr. Steven Prakken : How do we optimize care for patients in pain? What about patients with co-morbities? Find out here!

Dr. Keisha-Gaye N. O Garo : Pain and Psychology. How is Psychology involved in pain management?

Dr. Padma Gulur MD : Cancer pain. How do we treat it? A wide view of different modalities to treat the wide range of cancer associated pain.

Brittany Jowers Senior Medical Science Liaison from Daaichi Sankyo, Inc. : A dutiful look at legislation in 2018. Find out what you need to know!

Continuing education credits are in process of being obtained. More info to come.

Parking is easy at the Trent parking garage. Located at

302 Trent Dr

Durham, NC 27705.

From there simply follow the walkway into the Duke Clinic and the Amphitheatre is located on the first floor just past the information desk.

For more details, speakers and events for the North Carolina Chapter of ASPMN, please see our Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/painnursesofnorthcarolina/

Organizers: Armando Urbina, RN. Sherry Thompson, RN. Daphne Peaslee RN

Any questions or comments please feel free to contact us at painnursesofnorthcarolina@gmail.com

Dr. Prakken is the Chief of Medical Pain Service at Duke University. He is a Board Certified Psychiatrist with a secondary Board Certification in Pain Management. Dr. Prakken’s specialty is the comprehensive treatment of complex pain patients diagnosed with multiple physical and psychiatric conditions.

Dr. O'Garo has helped co-develop pain psychology program at Ft. Bragg. She also has 14 years of experience with pain and military psychology.

Dr. Gulur "I am an anesthesiologist specializing in interventional pain medicine. I treat acute, chronic, and cancer-related pain. My practice includes a focus on the treatment of spinal and cancer pain using spinal cord stimulators and implanted intrathecal pumps. I am recognized as a clinical expert in the management of pain in opioid tolerant and pediatric populations.

I dedicate the majority of my time (60% FTE) to Clinical care and the development of pain services that are designed for outcomes-based excellence in patient care, committed to the education of our trainees and to clinical research that will advance the specialty.

I am a member of many institutional and international committees on pain management; have present 150+ presentations regionally, nationally, and internationally."

Brittany Jowers is driven, articulate, clinically astute pharmacist with demonstrated ability to present complex clinical information to healthcare professionals. She possesses a broad understanding of healthcare environments and pharmacoeconomics. Background includes industry, managed care, hospital and retail pharmacy and a strong track record of presentations to a variety of audiences.

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