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News Article(s) tagged #pain


October 27, 2022 - Exam Results

2022 Pain Medicine Examination Results

This September, the Pain Medicine Examination was given to 79 first-time candidates. Congratulations to all passing candidates who are now certified in Pain Medicine!

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November 16, 2021 - Subspecialty Certification

LA-Pain: Answering your FAQs

Pain medicine diplomates will begin annually participating in LA-Pain starting in 2022! Click to read answers to questions on the performance standard, enrollment, annual requirements, and more.

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October 28, 2021 - Exam Results

2021 Pain Medicine Examination Results

This September, the Pain Medicine Examination was given to 88 first-time candidates. Congratulations to all passing candidates who are newly certified in Pain Medicine!

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October 04, 2021 - LA-PMR

LA-Pain 2022: What it Means for You

Starting in 2022, all ABPMR Pain Medicine diplomates are expected to enroll and participate in LA-Pain (longitudinal assessment for Pain Medicine) as a convenient, flexible, and relevant way to stay up to date in your Pain Medicine knowledge and care. Click to read what this means for you!

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June 24, 2019 - Subspecialty Certification

ABPMR Implements Longitudinal Assessment for Pain Medicine Starting in 2020

The ABPMR is pleased to announce that diplomates who hold a subspecialty certificate for pain medicine will have the option of using Longitudinal Assessment to fulfill requirements for maintaining certification, starting in 2020.

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