NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I., Dec. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- At a recent meeting of
the Arizona Pain Society, Dominion Diagnostics sponsored an extensive
educational program entitled "A Comprehensive Review of Urine Drug Testing:
Which Test, Which Patient and Discriminating Real Science from Faux
Science," presented by Dr. Robert Barkin, Pharm.D, MBA, FCP, DAAPM. Dr.
Barkin is an Associate Professor, Faculty of Anesthesiology, Family
Medicine, and Pharmacology, at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago,
Illinois, as well as a Pharmacotherapy Consultant at the Rush Pain Center,
Chicago, Illinois, and the North Shore Pain Center at Rush North Shore
Hospital in Skokie, Illinois.
Dr. Barkin's instructional program on comprehensive urine drug testing
followed an introductory segment on the current "Legal Issues of Pain
Management" given by Mark A. McSally Esq.
Additionally, Stephen Borowsky, MD, Arizona Pain Society President,
presented recent updates on the status of Prescription Drug Monitoring in
Arizona. Dr. Borowsky serves on the Arizona Board of Pharmacy Task Force
for Electronic Prescription Monitoring.
Due to the pertinent topics presented, the meeting was well
over-capacity, with more than 60 people attending. Arizona Pain Society
members unable to attend, or practitioners who would like more information
regarding the material presented at the meeting, may contact Vicky Lipton,
Regional Sales Manager for Dominion Diagnostics, at (623) 262-2361 or
As part of its ongoing training and education initiative, Dominion
Diagnostics sponsors similar educative programs around the United States.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Dominion Diagnostics:
Dominion Diagnostics is a CAP (College of American Pathologists)
accredited and CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) certified
national medical laboratory specializing in advanced, state-of-the-art
clinical quantitative urine drug testing and monitoring for Pain
Management, Addiction Medicine, Primary Care, Mental Health and Well-Being,
Behavioral Health, and Hospital Systems. For more information, please visit
About Arizona Pain Society:
Arizona Pain Society is a gathering of physicians from many areas of
practice who are focused on the treatment and understanding of pain. The
Society brings together Allopathic, Osteopathic, Naturopathic, Dental and
Podiatric Philosophies. The appropriate use of medications, procedures and
other treatments are addressed, as are ethical and professional issues
affecting pain practitioners. For more information, please visit
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