This case study was presented in a poster session at the 2006 annual meeting of the American Academy of Pain Management.
What does AAPM stand for?
AAPM stands for American Academy of Pain Management
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We have 16 other meanings of AAPM in our Acronym Attic
- Alamo Area Professional Legal Assistants, Inc. (Texas)
- Association of Academic Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Arrival and Assembly Plan
- Algonquin Area Public Library District (Algonquin, IL)
- American Academy for Professional Law Enforcement (est. 1974; New York, NY)
- Assessment and Accreditation of Prior Learning Experience (Cleveland State University; Ohio)
- Association for the Alignment of Past Life Experience
- Airman Assignment Preference Location Listing
- American Association of Pro Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (Holland, MI)
- Aggregate A Posteriori Linear Regression
- American Academy of Pain Medicine
- American Academy of Project Management
- American Association of Physicists in Medicine
- American Association of Psychiatric Medicine
- Army Aviation Planning Manual
- Australian Association of Practice Managers (Australia)
- American Association of Physicists in Medicine Task Group 40
- American Association of Physicists in Medicine Task Group 43
- American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Association of Australian Port and Marine Authorities
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of the University of South Alabama Medical Center, Mobile, said at the annual clinical meeting of the American Academy of Pain Management.
These include the American Society of Anesthesiologists and the American Academy of Pain Management, as well as the National Hospice Organi-zation and the Hospice Association of America.
Neil Irick of Indiana University, Indianapolis, said at the annual clinical meeting of the American Academy of Pain Management.
The American Academy of Pain Management (AAPM) sued the Medical Board of California in 1996, saying that the requirements, which are enforced by the board, violate a physician's freedom of speech.