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The American Academy of Pain Medicine Announces this Year's Presidential Commendations and Awards
Date:2/11/2010

/span>, MD, who was recognized for his outstanding commitment and invaluable contributions to the American Academy of Pain Medicine. Dr. Fishman currently serves as professor and chief of Pain Medicine at the University of California–Davis, where he also holds the position of Vice-Chair for Faculty Development. Dr. Fishman serves nine journals and medical education publications as section editor and reviewer. During his distinguished career, Dr. Fishman has presented more than 300 lectures to regional and national audiences, and published 9 books, 33 book chapters and 82 original articles. He is an advocate for Pain Medicine at both the state and national levels and has given expert legislative and government testimony before the FDA, Congress and the California Senate. Dr. Fishman is a past president of AAPM and currently serves as Director-at-Large on the AAPM Board of Directors.

The 2010 Founders Award recipient was David E. Joranson, MSSW, who currently serves as founder and distinguished scientist at the Pain & Policy Studies Group at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center, in addition to serving as director of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Policy and Communications in Cancer Care. Mr. Joranson serves as a principal or co-principal investigator for numerous organizations, including the American Cancer Society, Lance Armstrong Foundation, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and World Health Organization. Since 1971, Mr. Joranson has had over 130 articles, book chapters, presentations and official docket submissions published, covering topics such as pain and addiction, pharmacotherapy, opioid diversion and improving state policies related to pain care.

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