June 2019 Message from the IASP President In previous versions of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) chronic pain diagnoses were not represented systematically. On 25 May 2019, the World Health Organization approved the new version of the International Classification of
April 2019 Message from the IASP President Last summer I performed a survey among some of our most active volunteers to find out what they would like to see from IASP, and the number one wish was more educational material.
March 2019 Message from the IASP President Pain research, science, and tools are constantly changing and continuing education has to be prioritized. Aside from the IASP World Congress on Pain, IASP also offers more intimate learning opportunities. Two upcoming opportunities
IASP has launched the 2019 Global Year Against Pain in the Most Vulnerable, an international campaign by the pain community to boost awareness and education that results in better pain relief for four patient groups deemed especially high risk for inadequate
January 2019 A very happy New Year to all. I am pleased with all IASP that accomplished in 2018, and the ambitious agenda we have created for 2019 and beyond. The Council met at the end of November 2018, and
December 2018 As the end of 2018 quickly approaches, please accept my thanks for your role in helping IASP achieve new heights. We: held a successful World Congress in Boston with over 5000 participants; celebrated an impressive increase in the PAIN impact factor
September 2018 This is my last President’s Message, and I would like to thank you for the privilege of serving as the President of IASP. It has truly been an honor. It has been such a pleasure getting to know many
August 2018 The World Congress on Pain is now less than one month away! As you plan your Congress schedule, I hope you will plan to attend the General Assembly on Sunday, September 16, at 10:45 a.m. We have a packed agenda
May 2018 It is hard to imagine that content of the upcoming World Congress on Pain in Boston will top our outstanding 2016 meeting in Yokohama, but a two-part symposium on pain management in elite athletes is one indication that the 2018 World Congress
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