8th Kaua’i Pain Conference
Save the Date
March 4-5, 2022 In person and online
CME Pain Meeting
Now in its 8th year, the Kauai Pain Conference (KPC) has blossomed into the premier pain conference on the Hawaiian Islands.
KPC connects the best and brightest minds in the fields of pain management and neuroscience with learners and public policy officials. Learn the latest in the treatment of chronic pain and emerging therapies, at the winter pain conference.
This year, we are pleased to share a special offer. Neuromodulation the Science, the conference to advance research, dissemination of knowledge, and implementation of new findings within neuromodulation, will proceed the Kaua’i Pain Conference February 28-March 2. Attendees are welcome to join both events and will receive complimentary access to workshops on March 3.
Absolutely nobody does it better!
Aaron K. Calodney, MDAnesthesiologist & Interventional Pain Specialist, Texas Spine & Joint Hospital
The best CME conference I’ve been a part of in over 35 years of doing this.
Richard W. Rosenquist, MDChairman, Department of Pain Management, Cleveland Clinic
It was a lovely conference, wonderful speakers, and important dialogue to improve outcomes in pain management.
Lauren Hardy, BSN, RN
This is the 4th time I have attended and I find the quality of speakers and information remarkable.
John Vogel, DOTripler Army Medical Center, Hawai'i
Why don’t we get content like this at other meetings?
Praveen Mambalam, MDPain Management Physician, Washington Center for Pain Management
I feel better able to identify which treatments would work for certain pain issues and also where these treatments would be contraindicated.
Ansally Kurina, BSN
Comprehensive and well rounded.
Lukasz Chebes, MD
The quality and knowledge of the presenters is excellent.
Kathy Gadaingan, MSN
As always, excellent conference and we are so fortunate to have this caliber of national experts here on Kaua’i
Amy Corliss, MDChief of Staff, Wilcox Memorial Hospital
Excellent presentations of emerging concepts and technologies
Sten E. Kramer, MDPain Medicine and PM&R Specialist
Overall, very good course. I recommend it to my colleagues.
Thomas Andrew Dodds, MDPM&R Specialist, Intermountain Medical Group
Appropriately aimed to help a variety of providers learn a lot about the field and practice of emerging therapies, and the community impact of pain medicine
Kazu Hernandez, MDFamily medicine doctor, Tripler Army Medical Center
Kauaʻi Pain Conference ʻOhana
Welcome to the Kaua’i Pain Conference, ʻohana. ʻOhana means “family” in the Hawaiian islands.
Many attendees at KPC return year after year to learn and share best practices in pain management. Each year, Neurovations Education works hard to find the best and brightest minds in the fields of pain management, neuroscience, and public health policy.
For those of you who are joining KPC for the first time, we welcome you as a community or family member with a shared mission – to bring hope to those with chronic pain.
Last year, KPC was broadcast online. Thank you to the over 1,000 attendees from all over the world who tuned in. In 2022, KPC will have in-person and online options, making this event available to many.
Now more than ever it is important that we, as clinicians, are equipped with the most up-to-date information to provide innovative, effective, compassionate treatment options for our patients.
We will continue to meet safely in person and online.
Eric J. Grigsby, MD , MBA
CEO and Founder,
Neurovations: a Patient Care an Innovation Company
The comorbidity, co-prescribing, and co-occurrence of disability among persons with chronic pain create greater challenges in managing each condition and reducing impact. Pain cannot be managed in isolation. (Wallace, 2004)
The Kaua’i Pain Conference curriculum addresses biopsychosocial dimensions of pain:
- bio – with advances in the basic neuroscience processes of pain
- psychological – how the constellation of cognitive processes interacts with neurological signals to influence health and wellness
- social – how societal factors influence patient well-being and clinical practice
The Kaua’i Pain Conference is where health care providers, policy makers, administrators and insurers develop interprofessional solutions to the complex challenges of pain management.
Designed for providers of all specialties to improve their understanding of the etiology, assessment, and treatment of pain.
Pain in America
Primary Care Providers
Persons with chronic pain treated by Primary Care
PCPs self-identify as “insufficiently trained’ in prescribing opioids
Produced by Neurovations Education
Why Choose Us?
Our team has over 14 years experience developing and managing medical education. Having contributed to more than 400 CME conferences, on 6 continents, from 50 attendees to over 20,000, you’re in good hands with Neurovations Education.
Neurovations Education is accredited to provide AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.
Let us organize and maintain the your CME in compliance with ACCME, CMA/IMQ, FDA, OIG, AMA, California Assembly Bill 1195, PhRMA Code, Advamed, and CEJA rules, guidelines and regulations
Neurovations Education is a leader in medical education, establishing the oldest CME pain meeting in California (the Napa Pain Conference). Since then, Neurovations has emerged as an industry leader by placing quality education at the forefront of conference design.
Although results can’t be guaranteed, our Kaua’i Pain Conference and Napa Pain Conference have grown 30% year over year for three years.
Quality education, enthusiastic service and a well crafted program yield strong results.
Contact Education@Neurovations.com to take your conference to the next level.
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