The NIH seeks your input on restructuring the grant application instructions.
The Basic Science Shared Interest Group (SIG) in conjunction with Pain Research Forum will be launching a Q&A section on the forums page mid-September.
Poor pain care is an unfortunate reality for many patients, especially those belonging to racial minorities. Adam Hirsh's study aimed to better understand how provider racial and contextual ambiguity influenced providers' pain care decisions.
The Midwest Pain Society is holding its 39th Scientific Meeting in Chicago October 16-17!
The "It Doesn't Have to Hurt" social media initiative (#itdoesnthavetohurt) starts in September! This campaign will encourage people to share and discuss children's pain through blogs, videos, Twitter parties, Facebook polls, and social media images, all posted and promoted on the YMC website and social media.
Read this important message from NIH Deputy Director, Lawrence Tabak, and review the NIH Strategic Plan Framework and submit your comments.
This not-for-profit activity is intended for Clinical Psychologists, PhD/NP level Nurses, and Physicians who are interested in the assessment and treatment of Insomnia, and will include information on both pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment. October 15-17, 2015.
The ASHP Foundation is now accepting applications for the Oncology Patient Care Traineeship and the Pain and Palliative Care Traineeship.
Listen to this Ted Talk by Latif Nasser on the man who gave us modern pain relief.
An international conference on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), August 31-September 1, 2015. The conference aims to provide a summary of current evidence aspects of CRPS with a special focus towards a personalized model of care for the individual patient.
Join the Southern Pain Society as it presents Integrative Pain Care for the 21st Century, September 25-27, in Orlando, FL.
PICD invites pain education advocates interested in promoting the study of pain in an interprofessional context to attend a workshop on October 28-30.
Be sure to check out the latest article on Pain Research Forum about the debate that took place at the Basic Science Dinner Symposium at the APS Annual Meeting in Palm Springs. What are your thoughts on the NIH requiring the use of both sexes in preclinical research?
JAAOS study reveals that painkiller overuse has led to negative outcomes for musculoskeletal conditions.
Help stop the unnecessary addition of new regulations for the use of animals in pain research.