Events from partnering nonprofit organizations
The U.S. Pain Foundation believes strongly in the power of collaboration. We work alongside 70+ nonprofit organizations to elevate the patient voice, improve access to care, and provide education, support and empowerment. This page shares important information about events and programming of our partnering organizations. Keep checking back for more events!
The National Infusion Center Association (NICA) is hosting its Annual Conference June 23-24. The focus: improving outpatient provider-administered medication care. The day before the conference, the Infusion Access Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, is hosting its TOAST fundraising event, so patients can come together and toast treatments and better access to care. To learn more, click here.
Join the Alliance for Gout Awareness in collaboration with the Arthritis Foundation and National Kidney Foundation on June 10, in Cleveland, Ohio, for a free discussion on living with and managing gout. Register today here.
Shades for Migraine® is a global awareness campaign that challenges everyone to wear a pair of sunglasses on June 21 to show their support for the 1 billion people living with migraine disease worldwide. The campaign is getting better each year! See how you can take part and help spread the word.
U.S. Pain Foundation is headed to Chicago to raise awareness about migraine and headache diseases. On June 4, the Association of Migraine Disorders (AMD), Clusterbusters, and National Headache Foundation (NHF) will be attending Miles for Migraine Chicago race.
Dysautonomia International’s 11th Annual Conference: Advocacy in Action, will be held in Washington, DC, July 14-17, 2023. This is the largest conference on autonomic nervous system disorders with presentations from top dysautonomia experts. Registration is opening soon, but you can sign up for their email list to be notified as soon as early bird registration opens.
On July 13-16, 2023, The Marfan Foundation hosts its an annual conference that provides people living with Marfan syndrome, VEDS, Loeys-Dietz, and related conditions, and their families, an opportunity to learn about these conditions from the country’s medical experts, hear about the latest research, and connect with other people who are on the same medical journey. Learn more and register today.
Join the National Scleroderma Foundation July 14, 15 and 16, 2023, in Orlando for the National Scleroderma Conference. This will be a hybrid conference, and virtual attendance will also be available for those unable to join us in person.
Workshops, panel discussions and other educational sessions are led by leading scleroderma researchers and healthcare professionals. We also offer the Kids Get Scleroderma, Too! Conference geared toward youth affected by scleroderma and their families.
The Ehlers-Danlos Society is delighted to announce the hybrid 2023 Global Learning Conference, taking place in Dublin, Ireland from August 2-5, 2023. This event will cover difficult conversations in EDS and HSD, with topics covered across daily themes, including effective communication for medical appointments, self-advocacy, sexual health, body image & self-love, managing a symptom flare, movement and PT, neurodivergence, and gastrointestinal issues & nutrition. To register, click here.
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