We hope you connected with your colleagues and gained valuable knowledge to help advance the treatment and relief of pain.
Evaluations for the 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting are now available. Certificates of continuing education credit will be issued upon completion of the online meeting evaluation form.
Are you interested in presenting your research to multidisciplinary pain researchers and clinicians? This is your chance!
The 2017 APS Scientific Program Committee invites you to submit your proposals for symposia. Submitted proposals must reflect APS’s multidisciplinary approach to pain and should cover the areas of pain science, translational research, and treatment.
The 36th Annual Scientific Meeting will be held in Pittsburgh May 17–20. The deadline for submissions is Monday, July 18 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time.
May 17–20, 2017
David L. Lawrence Convention Center
Registration for next year’s meeting will open later this year. Until then, keep an eye on your e-mail and check americanpainsociety.org often for updates on programming, travel opportunities, and more information about #APS2017.