Pain Management CME Courses

Pain management CME - continuing medical education

Featured pain management CME courses

  • Audio digest - 48 credit hours in 24 installments over the course of the year covering current topics in pain management.

Pain management continuing education courses are focused on assisting practicing professionals with the difficult job of alleviating the suffering of those patients in need, whether they suffer from chronic pain, acute pain, or are nearing the end of their life. The following list highlights notable pain management CME courses.

The American Academy of Pain Medicine offers a variety of course offerings for pain management continuing education. Sessions can be downloaded individually or by bundle, covering everything from the AAPM Annual Meeting Concurrent Sessions to stand-alone lessons in topics like “Comprehensive Cancer Pain Care,” or “Cervical Spine Interventions.” These pain CME courses range from 1 credit to 28.5 credits.

The University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine has a pain management continuing education curriculum called, “Insights into Pain Management.” This pain management CME is divided into seven modules covering topics from acute pain to the abuse of opioid analgesics. Each module is 1 credit.

The California Society of Anesthesiologists offers online pain management CME programs, including courses in end-of-life care. 12 total credits are available through 12 modules in these pain management CME courses.

More general anesthesiology CME courses are also available.

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