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Summer 2017 features the following

Summer 2017 Issue of Painview

  • Outside the Box: Rethinking the Pain Management Paradigm
  • Illicit Drug Use: Novel Compounds and New Life for Old Drugs
  • In the Emergency Department: New Treatment Options for Pain Management
  • Let the Patient Grieve: It's Time We Make Space for Honoring Loss in the Lives of People With Pain
  • Promoting Self-Care Activities for Chronic Pain: Based in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Pain Diary: About PCA

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Write for Painview and Educate the Educators!

Painview publishes articles in the topic areas listed below. If you are interested in submitting an article for consideration, please contact Holly Caster at hc@aventineco.com.

  • Addiction
  • Adult learning
  • Acute pain management
  • Behavioral health
  • Chronic pain syndromes
  • Complementary and alternative medicine
  • Chemical dependency
  • Geriatric pain management
  • Health and wellness coaching
  • Healthcare policy
  • Medical ethics
  • Patient perspectives
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Pediatric pain management

We are also interested in case profiles, diagnostic mysteries, research, book reviews, and more.

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