Enhanced continuing education and training for physicians and health care professionals regarding the detection, treatment and cure of acute and chronic pain and its related and prevalent existence of addiction.

PALS 2014 is a multidisciplinary approach to providing education to physicians and HCPS on this subject. The IOM, in its 2011 report, called for a “population health-level strategy for pain prevention, treatment, management, education, reimbursement and research”. This live activity addresses this call to action by providing the education to the medical professionals charged with the care of pain patients in North Carolina and beyond.

Jointly Sponsored by the UNC School of Medicine and Duke University School of Medicine

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