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Founders Society
The Foundation is grateful for the foresight and generosity of our creators. Established in connection with the formation of the Foundation, the Founders Society recognizes benefactors who support patient safety, education and research for the Academy through the Foundation. This society has been established to allow us to distinguish individuals for their vision, their tremendous influence in launching the Foundation, and their commitment of time as well as financial support of at least $1,000 to the campaign prior to Dec. 31, 2013. It is through this recognition that a legacy for the Foundation is created, in hopes of inspiring future leadership and benefactors who are committed to patient safety, prescriber education, and credentialing and training.

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Thank you to Depomed and Purdue Pharma for their generous, early support of the campaign with gifts of $75,000 or more.

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Charles E. Argoff, MD James Barrett Gil Bashe Michelle Byers Perry Fine, MD Rollin Mac Gallagher, MD Elliot Krames, MD Phil Saigh Marsha Stanton, PhD, RN Kevin Weber Lynn Webster, MD We invite you to join with a gift of $1,000 or more before Dec. 31, 2013!

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AAPMF Connection: Advancing Patient Safety is the official newsletter of the American Academy of Pain Medicine Foundation. The opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the AAPMF or its Board. The validity of opinions and accuracy of content are not guaranteed by AAPMF. Copyright, American Academy of Pain Medicine Foundation 2013. AAPMF Board: Charles E. Argoff, MD, President Marsha Stanton, PhD, RN Jeremy A. Adler, MS, PA-C Gil Bashe Michelle Byers B. Todd Sitzman, MD, MPH Patricia Bruckenthal, PhD, APRN-BC, ANP Lynn R. Webster, MD, AAPM Board Liaison Sean Mackey, MD, PhD, AAPM Board Liaison Campaign Executive Committee: Charles E. Argoff, MD Gil Bashe Michael J. Brennan, MD Michelle Byers Elliot Krames, MD Marsha Stanton, PhD, RN Kevin Weber Lynn R. Webster, MD Address all contributor correspondence and inquiries to: Susan Farrell, MPS Interim Executive Director American Academy of Pain Medicine Foundation 4700 W. Lake Avenue Glenview, IL 60025 847-375-6355 Managing Editor: Beth Dove of Dove Medical Communications, LLC, Salt Lake City, Utah, Design by XO Marketing, Sandy, Utah, 801-272-8686 visit for more information

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specialist for every 9,500 patients with chronic pain. It is essential, then, that pain education reach beyond the core specialist group to encompass front-line providers everywhere. In recognition of the need, the Foundation has launched a Campaign to Advance Patient Safety with the goal of raising $1.5 million. The Foundation seeks to provide funding support for a variety of goals, including: Promoting quality pain education and training for prescribers Conducting research into the causes and treatment of pain conditions and disease Supporting best practices to optimize patient outcomes Ensuring a comprehensive, integrated and coordinated system of care


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A Foundation for Safety

The American Academy of Pain Medicine Foundation (Foundation) was formed in 2011 to support the core purpose of the American Academy of Pain Medicine (Academy). A separate non-profit entity, the Foundations role is to provide funding and infrastructure support to the Academys initiatives. In accordance with the Academys mission to eliminate pain as a public health problem, the Foundations overarching focus will be to advocate for patient safety. The goal is nothing less than to set the agenda for an international discussion on safety in the delivery of pain therapies. To understand why patient safety is a top priority, consider that some 100 million Americans suffer with chronic pain and another 25 million face acute pain, according to the Institute of Medicine. At the same time, prescription drug abuse is a fast-growing national problem, and the education for medical professionals is woefully inadequate when it comes to treating pain effectively and safely. The Journal of Pain reported that many U.S. medical schools have no pain courses, while others offer fewer than five hours of classes. Despite the extraordinary need, the United States has only one pain

These efforts will require the enthusiastic collaboration of other leading medical professional organizations as well as donor support from parties dedicated to achieving safe and effective access to multidisciplinary pain therapies for patients who suffer. Improvement in pain medicine outcomes will advance patient safety.

We invite you to learn more about the Foundations Campaign to Advance Patient Safety by talking to a member of the Campaign Executive Committee:

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