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HealthyWomen's Chronic Pain Summit

HealthyWomen's Chronic Pain Summit

Created: 05/02/2018
Last Updated: 07/08/2019

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Science, Innovation and Technology Summit
A Two-Day Event Hosted by HealthyWomen

Chronic Pain in Women: Focus on Treatment, Management and Barriers
DATE : July 17-18, 2019
Click here to register.

This two-day event will advance and amplify current dialogues on the impact of chronic pain on women's health. We will address the current knowledge gaps and existing challenges in treating and managing chronic pain in women. Cutting edge and crucial research on chronic pain, patients' lived experiences and industry perspectives will also be highlighted throughout the summit. Click here to view the agenda.

The agenda features several experts, including:
Jeff Mogil, PhD, Professor of Psychology, McGill University
Roger Fillingim, PhD, Distinguished Professor, University of Florida
Anita Gupta, DO, PharmD, MPP, Professor, Rowan University School of Medicine & Senior Vice President, Heron Therapeutics
Srinivas Raja, MD, Director of Pain Research, Johns Hopkins Pain Treatment Center
Carmen Green, MD, Professor, Anesthesiology, OB-GYN & Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan

Patient voices will also be part of the Summit, including:
Penney Cowan, Founder & CEO, American Chronic Pain Association
Cynthia Toussaint, Co-founder, For Grace
Kate Nicholson, Civil Rights Speaker and Writer
Jenni Grover, Founder & Author, ChronicBabe

For more information about sponsorship opportunities, please Rebecca Sager at [email protected].

For information about registration and logistics, please Jessica Collison at [email protected].

Please fill out the registration form and purchase tickets below. to book a hotel room for the event. Rooms are limited, reserve soon but no later than 7/15/19.

Please share your experience with chronic pain by taking our anonymous survey here.

Click here to view more information from HealthyWomen on chronic pain.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

A special thanks to the members of our planning committee in assisting us with the program.

Valerie Bruemmer, MD, Clinical Research Physician, Eli Lilly and Company
Penney Cowan, Founder & CEO, American Chronic Pain Association
Jenni Grover, Patient advocate and author,
Monica Mallampalli, PhD, Advisor, Scientific and Strategic Initiatives, HealthyWomen
Michael Miller, MD, Senior Policy Advisor, HealthyWomen
Kathleen Sluka, PT, PhD, FAPTA, Kate Daum Research Professor, University of Iowa
Michael Walsh, Executive Director, Alliance for Balanced Pain Managment (AfBPM)