Watch Presentations to the General Assembly of IASP Members at the World Congress on Pain
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Pain Refresher Courses Collection Available in IASP eBooks
Missed attending the World Congress? Then you missed hearing the newest information on a broad arrary of pain-related topics from the world’s top experts. Visit IASP eBooks to purchase Pain 2016: Refresher Courses from the 16th World Congress on Pain. Or you can buy the individual chapters that most interest you.
Watch for announcements of the availability of the printed book and video modules.
This edition considers the more common causes of persistent pain in cancer survivors, gives an overview of our current understanding of the pathophysiology, outlines the clinical features, and summarizes available treatment options.
Notable articles in the October edition of PAIN
PAIN/Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery Article Exchange: Rates of Prescription Opiate Use Before and After Injury in Patients with Orthopaedic Trauma and the Risk Factors for Prolonged Opiate Use
New in PAIN Reports
Find out how you can obtain a fee-waiver for a high-quality submission to PAIN Reports before the end of 2016.
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Global Year Against Pain
To complement the Global Year, a new book from IASP Press, Pain in the Joints provides a comprehensive overview of joint pain, including its assessment, mechanisms, and treatment options.
SIG and Chapters Corner
6th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain
Submit abstracts and view preliminary program content for the SIG’s meeting June 15-18, 2017, in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Is Your Chapter Interested in Receiving Free Books and Journals?
Longtime IASP members have contacted the office to let us know that they are willing to send books and pain journals they have collected over the years to IASP chapters, especially those from developing countries. Please let us know if your chapter is interested in receiving donations of these materials, which certainly can help advance the training of pain specialists.
Likewise, IASP members interested in making such donations should contact us as well.