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2011 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Fibromyalgia in Primary Care: What you Need to Know Now!
Paper Symposium

UNDERSTANDING THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND TREATMENT IMPLICATIONS FOR CHRONIC PAIN
An Interactive Activity


2010 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Webcast - Fibromyalgia Syndrome: Science or Somatic?
Archived webcast from a national symposium series

Case Study 1 - Fibromyalgia Syndrome: Science or Somatic?
Interactive case study from a national symposium series

Case Study 2 - Fibromyalgia Syndrome: Science or Somatic?
Interactive case study from a national symposium series

Evidence-Based Management of Chemotherapy-Induced Febrile Neutropenia



2009 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
COPD in Vulnerable Adults: Managing the Big Picture
Part of 4 interactive educational case modules that include video case studies interspersed with didactic presentations.

Fibromyalgia Syndrome: Science or Somatic?
Including proceedings from a national symposium series


2008 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Treatment of Mild to Moderate Acute Pain: Can We Improve the Standard of Care?
Roundtable with monograph/webcast/podcasts


2004 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Neuropathic Pain: Incorporating New Consensus Guidelines into the Reality of Clinical Practice
Highlights from a Roundtable Symposium


2003 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Does an Aspirin a Day Take the Benefit Away? Preventing NSAID-Related Adverse Events in the Coxib Era
Paper Symposium

Novel Applications for Topical Agents in the Management of Pain
Highlights from the 22nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Pain Society



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