Improving Quality of Life: Integrative Approaches to Pain & Cancer

Date: November 2, 2001
Location: Woodbridge, New Jersey, USA


Symposium Web Page: www.medsch.ucla.edu/som/medicine/cewm/education.asp

Sponsors: New Jersey Pain Initiative, American Cancer Society, Eastern Division, Inc., New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research

Who Should Attend: Health Professionals

Topics:

  • Summarize the impact of JCAHO Pain Standards on practice.
  • Increase participants knowledge of current policy, research, and educational efforts directed at improving pain management.
  • Recognize leadership throughout New Jersey, who are effectively impacting organizations to improve pain management practice.
  • Identify measures to address barriers to effective pain management.
  • Identify means to improve pain management practice with special populations.

Registration Info: Call or email Kristina Thomson at the American Cancer Society at 732-297-8005 x267 or njpain@cancer.org.

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