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Personalized or precision treatments are targeted therapies that are particularly effective or have reduced harms for a subgroup of patients within a given condition. This type of targeted therapy has considerable potential benefits, including reduced exposure of patients and study
Apply Now for the IASP Award for Excellence in Pain Research and Management in Developing Countries This award recognizes excellence in pain research, clinical practice, or policy challenges in the developing world. It is presented to an individual or to
September is Pain Awareness Month Join IASP as we take part in Pain Awareness Month (PAM), a month-long initiative to provide support to and bring public awareness to the issues around pain and pain management. In honour of PAM, IASP has
Now Accepting Applications for IASP 2020 World Congress on Pain Awards! IASP honours individuals and groups from around the world with awards ranging from USD 2,500 to USD 10,000 to recognise scholarship and excellence in the field of pain. All Congress awards
At the recent PainSA Pain Academy held in Nelspruit July 2019, a range of topics were covered under the 2019 International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) 2019 theme of Pain in the Most Vulnerable. Christa du Toit, a
The IASP Definition of Pain Task Force has just released a new proposed definition of pain and is seeking public comments. As a valuable member of the pain community, you’re invited to submit written feedback for consideration by the Task Force.
Post-operative pain management is challenging across the world. International data shows that poorly managed post-operative pain has the potential to cause a multitude of complications. In South Africa, there is a paucity of data on post-operative pain management. The data