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ASPN Innovation Summit

ASPN Innovation Summit: Advanced Lab and Data Reveal

January 7-8, 2022
The Bellagio, Las Vegas

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ASPN Innovation Summit: Advanced Lab and Data Reveal

January 7-8, 2022
The Bellagio, Las Vegas

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I-ASPN Clinical Webinar Series: Session 1 – Neuromodulation

I-ASPN Clinical Webinar Series: Session 2 – Patient Selection, Indications and Emerging Therapies

October 30, 2021
10AM EDT – Virtual Event

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I-ASPN Clinical Webinar Series: Session 2 – Patient Selection, Indications and Emerging Therapies

October 30, 2021
10AM EDT – Virtual Event

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Reviewing MRIs A Collaborative Approach to Patient Selection

Lumbar MRI: Understanding the Basics to Facilitate Interpretation

November 9, 2021
7PM ET – Virtual Event

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Lumbar MRI: Understanding the Basics to Facilitate Interpretation

November 9, 2021
7PM ET – Virtual Event

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ASPN Webinar Blurring of The Lines – Minimally Invasive Procedures: Interventional Pain or Spine Surgery? Where Is Our Future?

Blurring of The Lines – Minimally Invasive Procedures: Interventional Pain or Spine Surgery? Where Is Our Future?

November 15, 2021
9PM EST – Virtual Event

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Blurring of The Lines – Minimally Invasive Procedures: Interventional Pain or Spine Surgery? Where Is Our Future?

November 15, 2021
9PM EST – Virtual Event

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ASPN Think Tank

3rd Annual Members Think Tank

March 12-14, 2022
Nashville, Virgin Hotel

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3rd Annual Members Think Tank

March 12-14, 2022
Nashville, Virgin Hotel

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ASPN Call for Poster Abstracts

ASPN Poster to Podium Program

The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience is committed to mentoring that provides a distinctive and valuable offering intended to develop the talent, knowledge and leadership skills of ASPN members in order to advance the scientific understanding, supportive patient engagement, and clinical application of pain medicine treatments. As part of this goal, ASPN presents the inaugural Poster to Podium (P-to-P) program.

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ASPN Poster to Podium Program

The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience is committed to mentoring that provides a distinctive and valuable offering intended to develop the talent, knowledge and leadership skills of ASPN members in order to advance the scientific understanding, supportive patient engagement, and clinical application of pain medicine treatments. As part of this goal, ASPN presents the inaugural Poster to Podium (P-to-P) program.

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ASPN Mission

Our Purpose

As we move forward in this tremendous era of innovation in the fields of pain and neuroscience, it provides a prime opportunity for those of us committed to improving patient outcomes, safety, and cost effectiveness to come together with a common voice. The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience (ASPN) was founded to create a new forum for scientific exchange and thought provoking discussion amongst experienced physicians, those in training, and emerging leaders in the field.

The society has a mission to improve education, highlight scientific curiosity, establish best practice, and to elevate each other in a quest to improve the field. By this combined effort, we can foster a new sense of cooperation, collaboration, and can be a part of the solution to societal issues such as the opioid crisis, increasing disability, lack of diversity, and mixed messages about the prevailing goals of those of us striving to improve the field.

Our Purpose

As we move forward in this tremendous era of innovation in the fields of pain and neuroscience, it provides a prime opportunity for those of us committed to improving patient outcomes, safety, and cost effectiveness to come together with a common voice. The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience (ASPN) was founded to create a new forum for scientific exchange and thought provoking discussion amongst experienced physicians, those in training, and emerging leaders in the field.

The society has a mission to improve education, highlight scientific curiosity, establish best practice, and to elevate each other in a quest to improve the field. By this combined effort, we can foster a new sense of cooperation, collaboration, and can be a part of the solution to societal issues such as the opioid crisis, increasing disability, lack of diversity, and mixed messages about the prevailing goals of those of us striving to improve the field.

Our Focus American Society of Pain Neuroscience

Our Focus

The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience was established to lead us to an age of scientific enlightenment via mutual collaboration with physician members, scientists, governmental agencies, payers, centers of higher education, and other medical societies.

ASPN was created to bring the top minds in the fields of Pain and Neuroscience together to improve patient outcomes, education, and research in an all inclusive society that encourages mutual encouragement and diversity.

Our Focus

The American Society of Pain and Neuroscience was established to lead us to an age of scientific enlightenment via mutual collaboration with physician members, scientists, governmental agencies, payers, centers of higher education, and other medical societies.

ASPN was created to bring the top minds in the fields of Pain and Neuroscience together to improve patient outcomes, education, and research in an all inclusive society that encourages mutual encouragement and diversity.

ASPN Committees

Our Committees

ASPN aims to drive engagement of our members by way of our various committees. A diverse combination of a comprehensive scope of clinical pain medicine, basic and translational research, outreach, and diversity give membership many avenues to positively impact the fields of Pain and Neuroscience.

Committees:

  • Membership Committee
  • Annual Meeting Committee
  • Website and Social Media Committee
  • CME Committee
  • Clinical Research Committee
  • Translational Research Committee
  • Advocacy and Policy Committee
  • Emerging Technology Committee
  • Cancer Pain Committee
  • Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Editorial and Publication Committee
  • I-ASPN (International Committee)
  • Education Committee
  • Practice Management Committee
  • Mentorship Committee
  • Committee on State of Affairs
  • Advanced Lab Planning Committee
  • Think Tank Committee
  • Committee on Economics and Society Viability
  • Military and Armed Forces Committee
  • Residents and Fellows Committee

Our Committees

ASPN aims to drive engagement of our members by way of our various committees. A diverse combination of a comprehensive scope of clinical pain medicine, basic and translational research, outreach, and diversity give membership many avenues to positively impact the fields of Pain and Neuroscience.

Committees:

  • Membership Committee
  • Annual Meeting Committee
  • Website and Social Media Committee
  • CME Committee
  • Clinical Research Committee
  • Translational Research Committee
  • Advocacy and Policy Committee
  • Emerging Technology Committee
  • Cancer Pain Committee
  • Diversity and Inclusion Committee
  • Editorial and Publication Committee
  • I-ASPN (International Committee)
  • Education Committee
  • Practice Management Committee
  • Mentorship Committee
  • Committee on State of Affairs
  • Advanced Lab Planning Committee
  • Think Tank Committee
  • Committee on Economics and Society Viability
  • Military and Armed Forces Committee
  • Residents and Fellows Committee

Our Structure

ASPN is a society composed of a diverse membership that embraces input from all members regardless of age, gender, and ethnicity. Our various leadership boards play an integral role in the direction of ASPN.

Young Innovators

A committee compromised of students, residents, fellows, and early career clinicians. The Young Innovators committee plays a crucial role in the development of the current and future generation of clinician scientists in the fields of Pain and Neuroscience.

Executive Board

The Executive Board of ASPN functions to govern all aspects of the society. Executive Board members are peer selected and called to function in various duties including medical policy, practice guideline development, meeting planning, and advocacy.

Emeritus Board

A committee compromised of the experienced thought leaders in the field. The emeritus committee serves ASPN by guiding us through major clinical initiatives, meeting planning, inter-society relations, and mentorship of the future generation of clinician scientists.

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ASPN Donation

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Donate to ASPN

Please give to the society to allow us to further our goals. Consider donating in amounts of $100, $250, $500 or $1,000.

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