MassPI Programs

MassPI holds one pain education conference in the Fall. Conferences provide educational content that offer continuing education contact hours for health care professionals, depending on the program.

During this meeting, the MassPI Councils provide brief updates and also may meet during some of these events to discuss current and new projects and plans.


MassPI's 2021 Pain Education Conference


Special Note Regarding MassPI's Next Pain Education Conference and the Impact of COVID-19.

We are looking forward to resuming MassPI's pain education conferences in 2021. However, the timing will be determined by when it is safe to so based on the status of the Covid-19 pandemic in Massachusetts. We are continuing to plan for our next pain management conference.

MassPI wishes the best for all of our healthcare professionals who are caring for Covid-19 patients, or who are having to adjust medical practices to address the impact on the other parts of healthcare. We also wish the best for all of the patients and their families who must deal with this virus.

New updates will be provided here when there is relevant information regarding plans for the next conference. In the meantime, we hope you are all able to stay healthy and safe.



To submit an announcement, please send to info@masspaininitiative.org

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