The following interactive multimedia activities are available for this therapeutic area:
Recognizing and Assessing Key Symptom Domains in Chronic Widespread Pain: Focus on Fibromyalgia - A Case-Based Interactive Symposium
Presenters: Lesley M. Arnold, MD, Laurence A. Bradley, PhD, and Bill H. McCarberg, MD
In fibromyalgia, multidimensional symptoms/comorbidities negatively affect social and physical functioning, and overall well-being. This program provides guidance on diagnosis and management of patients with fibromyalgia, providing clinicians with a better understanding of the mechanisms of pain and other symptom domains, resulting in multidisciplinary management programs tailored to the needs of the individual patient.
Fibromyalgia Syndrome: Practical Strategies For Improving Diagnosis and Patient Outcomes – An Interactive Symposium with Patient Case Videos
Presenters: Lesley M. Arnold, MD, and Daniel J. Clauw, MD
This activity provides clinicians with the tools necessary to differentiate fibromyalgia syndrome from other chronic pain conditions through a review of recent clinical data and application of an advanced understanding of pain pathways. Strategies to manage patients with co-morbid conditions are explored with an emphasis on the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to patient care.
Optimal Pain Management in Fibromyalgia Syndrome: Current and Emerging Therapeutic Options – An Interactive Symposium with Patient Case Videos
Presenters: Bill H. McCarberg, MD, Steven Stanos, DO, and David A. Williams, PhD
By focusing on the most challenging aspects of fibromyalgia and its accompanying comorbidities, this program gives physicians a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying the pain of fibromyalgia, knowledge about existing and emerging therapeutic options, and guidance on the differential diagnosis, comprehensive management, and education of their fibromyalgia patients.