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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Public Session Agendas." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Framing Opioid Prescribing Guidelines for Acute Pain: Developing the Evidence. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25555.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Public Session Agendas." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Framing Opioid Prescribing Guidelines for Acute Pain: Developing the Evidence. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25555.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Public Session Agendas." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Framing Opioid Prescribing Guidelines for Acute Pain: Developing the Evidence. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25555.
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Appendix C Public Session Agendas February 4, 2019 8:30 AM Registration 9:00–9:15 AM Welcome and Opening Remarks Bernard Lo, The Greenwall Foundation Committee Chair 9:15–9:45 AM FDA’s Goals for the National Academies Study Douglas Throckmorton, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research 9:45–10:45 AM Session 1: Medical Indications for Which Opioids Prescribing Guidelines for Acute Management Should Be Available Moderator: Hillary Kunins, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Panelists: • Joanna Starrels, Albert Einstein College of Medicine • Steven Brown, University of Arizona College of Medicine (via Zoom) • Ula Hwang, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai • Leslie Bisson, University at Buffalo Questions from Committee to Panelists 10:45–11:00 AM Break 203

204 FRAMING OPIOID PRESCRIBING GUIDELINES FOR ACUTE PAIN 11:00 AM– Session 2: Surgical Indications for Which Opioid Prescribing 12:00 PM Guidelines for Acute Management Should Be Available (Includes Dental and Pediatric Indications) Moderator: Jennifer Waljee, University of Michigan School of Medicine Panelists: • Richard Barth, Jr., Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center • Kevin Bozic, The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School • Clifford Ko, University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine • Elliot Krane, Stanford University • Lisa Leffert, Massachusetts General Hospital • Paul Moore, University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine Questions from Committee to Panelists 12:00–12:15 PM Public Comments from In-Person and Remote Workshop Participants 12:15–1:30 PM Lunch 1:30–2:35 PM Session 3: Overlapping Indications and Issues for Opioid Prescribing for Acute Pain Moderator: Steven Weisman, Children’s Wisconsin Panelists: • Richard Barth, Jr., Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center • Leslie Bisson, University at Buffalo • Kevin Bozic, The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School • Steven Brown, University of Arizona College of Medicine (via Zoom) • Ula Hwang, Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai • Clifford Ko, University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine • Elliot Krane, Stanford University • Lisa Leffert, Massachusetts General Hospital • Paul Moore, University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine • Joanna Starrels, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Questions from Committee to Panelists 2:35–2:45 PM Public Comments from In-Person and Remote Workshop Participants 2:45–3:00 PM Break 3:00–4:35 PM Session 4: Challenges and Opportunities to Developing Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines for Acute Pain Moderator: Roger Chou, Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine

APPENDIX C 205 Panelists: • Richard Barth, Jr., Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center • Holger Schünemann, Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation and McMaster University • Paul Shekelle, University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine (via Zoom) • Debra Houry, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention • Doug Owens, U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and Stanford University (via Zoom) Questions from Committee to Panelists 4:35–4:45 PM Public Comments from In-Person and Remote Workshop Participants 4:45 PM Closing Comments Bernard Lo, The Greenwall Foundation Committee Chair 5:00 PM Adjourn July 9, 2019 8:30 AM Registration 9:00–9:15 AM Welcome and Opening Remarks Bernard Lo, The Greenwall Foundation Committee Chair 9:15–10:45 AM Session 1: Identifying Research Gaps in Opioids Prescribing Guidelines for Acute Pain Management in Medical Indications Moderator: Mark Bicket, Johns Hopkins University Speakers • Sickle Cell Disease/Crisis: Wally Smith, Virginia Commonwealth University • Musculoskeletal Pain: Benjamin Friedman, Albert Einstein College of Medicine • Kidney Stones: David Goldfarb, New York University School of Medicine Discussion with and Q&A from the Committee 10:45–11:00 AM Break

206 FRAMING OPIOID PRESCRIBING GUIDELINES FOR ACUTE PAIN 11:00 AM– Session 2: Identifying Research Gaps in Opioids Prescribing Guidelines 12:30 PM for Acute Pain Management Following Surgical Procedures Moderator: Marjorie Meyer, University of Vermont Medical Center Speakers • Cesarean Section and Vaginal Delivery: Brian Bateman, Brigham and Women’s Hospital • Knee Replacement Surgery: David Jevsevar, Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine • Wisdom Teeth Extraction: Elliot Hersh, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine Discussion with and Q&A from the Committee 12:30–1:15 PM Lunch 1:15–2:30 PM Session 3: Gaps in Evidence for Clinical Practice Guidelines Moderator: Eric Sun, Stanford University Speakers • Elizabeth Habermann, Mayo Clinic • Darshak Sanghavi, OptumLabs Discussion with and Q&A from the Committee 2:30–2:45 PM Public Comments from In-Person and Remote Workshop Participants 2:45 PM Closing Comments Bernard Lo, The Greenwall Foundation Committee Chair 3:00 PM Adjourn

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The opioid overdose epidemic combined with the need to reduce the burden of acute pain poses a public health challenge. To address how evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for prescribing opioids for acute pain might help meet this challenge, Framing Opioid Prescribing Guidelines for Acute Pain: Developing the Evidence develops a framework to evaluate existing clinical practice guidelines for prescribing opioids for acute pain indications, recommends indications for which new evidence-based guidelines should be developed, and recommends a future research agenda to inform and enable specialty organizations to develop and disseminate evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for prescribing opioids to treat acute pain indications.

The recommendations of this study will assist professional societies, health care organizations, and local, state, and national agencies to develop clinical practice guidelines for opioid prescribing for acute pain. Such a framework could inform the development of opioid prescribing guidelines and ensure systematic and standardized methods for evaluating evidence, translating knowledge, and formulating recommendations for practice.

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