Dr. Webster has dedicated more than three decades to becoming an expert in the field of pain management. He is the vice president of Scientific Affairs of PRA Health Sciences, past president of the American Academy of Pain Medicine, and a leading voice in trying to help physicians safely treat pain patients while actively working within the industry to develop safer and more effective therapies for chronic pain and addiction. He is board-certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine, and is also certified in addiction medicine.
Dr. Webster lectures extensively on the subject of preventing opioid abuse and criminal diversion in chronic pain patients. Dr. Webster has played an instrumental role in his industry as a strong advocate for safe and effective pain resolution methods.
Dr. Jeffrey Gudin
Dr. Gudin, MD, is director of pain and palliative care at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, New Jersey. He is board certified in pain medicine, anesthesiology, addiction medicine, and hospice/palliative medicine, and is a medical acupuncturist. An active speaker and advisor, Dr. Gudin’s clinical and research focus includes post-operative pain management, opioid abuse and potential solutions, and increasing clinician awareness of pain assessment and risk management.
Dr. Richard Dart
Dr. Dart is the Director of the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center and specializes in emergency medicine and toxicology. He is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and American Board of Medical Toxicology. Since 1992, Dr. Dart has served as Director of the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center. He is the Executive Director of Researched Abuse, Diversion and Addiction-Related Surveillance System (RADARS). He has published more than 250 papers and chapters, as well as served as editor for the book, The 5-Minute Toxicology Consult and the third edition of Medical Toxicology