Kaua’i Pain Conference
The Winter Pain Meeting
The Kaua’i Pain Conference began in 2014 following the opening of the Spine and Pain Center of Kaua’i (SPCK), and as a sister conference to the renowned Napa Pain Conference (NapaPainConference.com).
Since 2014, the Kauai Pain Conference (KPC) has become the go-to “winter pain meeting.” KPC was the first conference to present the 2016 CDC Opioid Prescribing Guidelines and 2019 HHS Best Practices in Pain Management report.
Building a Community
The appropriate assessment and treatment of pain has a far-reaching impact on morbidity, mortality, quality of life, and economics — of individuals, communities, and across the healthcare system.
The Kauai Pain Conference offers a unique forum for sharing advances and standards in pain management and treatment for colleagues in all disciplines of medicine. Our approach to education engages the entire healthcare spectrum. Enjoy exceptional content presented by leaders in pain medicine, patient safety, community health, and the regulatory environment.
Faculty draws from:
- Academic medical centers
- Hospital systems
- Private practice
- Medical insurance
- Patient advocacy
- Military and veterans groups
In addition to clinical content, practice improvement workshops have included Addressing Barriers to Collaborative Care, Improving Referral Practices, Self-Assessments of Practices and Collaborative Problem Solving, When Patient Care is Legislated, and The Role Of Insurance Plans in Chronic Care Management.
Learn about the NIH’s H.E.A.L. Initiative to combat Opioid Use Disorder and improve Pain management.
Learn to optimize the patient-provider dynamic to engender patient trust and willingness to taper opioids.