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Millennium Laboratories Launches New Educational Webinar Series for Pain Management Physicians
Date:5/4/2011

SAN DIEGO, May 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- To provide pain management practitioners and other healthcare professionals with additional educational tools to help address practice challenges, Millennium Laboratories, a leading provider of prescription drug monitoring services, is funding educational grants for a new pain management webinar series. The first webinar in the series, "'MAD' Misuse–Addiction–Diversion, Proactive Approaches for Your Practice" is scheduled for kickoff on Thursday, May 5th at 12 noon PDT and will repeat on May 19th and May 26th. The webinar is made possible by an education grant from Millennium Laboratories to the West Virginia Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (WVSIPP). The WVSIPP is organizing the free webinar series in conjunction with Millennium.

Howard Appel, President of Millennium Laboratories, said, "We are proud to support this new webinar series as part of our commitment to further pain management practitioners' education. Millennium is committed to providing the pain community with leading educational resources to provide optimal care for patients."

The webinar series initiative is part of Millennium Laboratories' mission to provide national education for clinicians who treat pain and also to deliver high caliber educational content through both CME and non-CME events.

Designed to fit into healthcare professionals' busy practice schedule and featuring relevant and timely topics, the 45-minute webinars will be broadcast live in a practical and convenient format. The "'MAD' Misuse–Addiction– Diversion, Proactive Approaches for Your Practice" webinar will repeat for three Thursdays in May covering lunch hours in three U.S. time zones. Future webinars on cutting-edge topics will also be offered free of charge and follow the form
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