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Slides from the NHLBI SCAPN/NASCC Chronic Pain Symposium

Excited to share PDFs of three of ours speakers slides. The rest are coming! We had 194 people attend the symposium and the recording of the symposium (Day 3 of the meeting) is

Jonassaint SCD CBT NHLBI 2022-08-08
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available at the NIH videocast site https://videocast.nih.gov/watch=45820

Multidisciplinary and Alternative Chronic Pain Management for Adults with Sickle Cell Disease Chairs: Dr. JJ Strouse, Duke University School of Medicine Dr. Julie Kanter, University of Alabama Welcome and Introduction: The Challenge of Today Dr. JJ Strouse, Duke University School of Medicine Psychology and Other Mind Based Approaches for Pain Dr. Charles Jonassaint, University of Pittsburgh Acupuncture and Other Non-pharmacologic Modalities for Sickle Cell Disease Pain Dr. Judith Schlaeger, University of Illinois-Chicago

Antidepressants and Antiepileptic Drugs for Pain Dr. Elizabeth Prince, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Buprenorphine for Chronic Pain in SCD Sickle Dr. Patrick Carroll, Johns Hopkins University Panel: Question and Answer Panel Moderators: Drs. Kanter and Strouse Panel Participants Dr. Charles Jonassaint, University of Pittsburgh

Dr. Judith Schlaeger, University of Illinois-Chicago

Dr. Elizabeth Prince, Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Patrick Carroll, Johns Hopkins University

NASCC Update and Closing Remarks Dr. Julie Kanter, University of Alabama

SCAPN Symposium 2022 Intro
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AD and AEDs for SCD pain 8.10.22 - Read-Only
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