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Our 2014 Annual Meeting, held April 4-6, was a great success! More than 300 attendees including physicians, therapists and HCP’s from specialties in pain management, anesthesiology, neurology, primary care, family practice, psychiatry, psychology, pharmacy, oncology and others participated in the 3-day event jointly sponsored by the Westchester Academy of Medicine.

Shown:  Outgoing Society President Alexander Weingarten MD, left, passes the gavel to incoming President, Richard Gasalberti MD.

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Shown:  HEADACHE: AN ARMCHAIR DISCUSSION with Board Director, Dr. Grace Forde at Podium. Seated Left to Right – Dawn Buse PhD, Robert Duarte MD, and special guest lecturer Roger Cady MD.

 

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Shown:  Insys Therapeutics Scholars with Alexander Weingarten MD, center,  Ted Stanley MD, center rear, and Robin L. Hoyle, JD, Executive Director, NYSPS, second from right.

 

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Thank you to PFIZER for a generous grant to host the first-ever Patient Summit in Albany this May 7, 2014 – the Society will invite other like-minded societies, payors, legislators, and interested persons to attend an informative session on the importance of patient access to care. The Theme for the Summit is How Do We Implement ISTOP To Best Care for Patients with Chronic Pain?  Your Society is working for you! For more information, contact Robin Hoyle, Executive Director.

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Mission Statement

The New York State Pain Society was incorporated in July 2011 with its inaugural annual meeting planned for April, 2012.  Many clinicians and caregivers in New York have voiced the need to create a regional medical society that provides educational programming excellence that (1) highlights issues unique to the region and (2) showcases the latest advances in acute and chronic pain management.