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September 2016
David Craig, PharmD | Editor

Education

2017 Call for Poster Abstracts

The APS Scientific Program Committee (SPC) invites you to submit a poster abstract and present to hundreds of pain professionals at the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting in Pittsburgh.

The SPC is seeking original research that has not been previously presented or published, prior to the APS meeting. All accepted posters will be presented at the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting, May 17–20, 2017, and published in a supplement to The Journal of Pain. Learn more.


Save the Date for 2017 Annual Meeting Registration!

Annual Meeting registration will open November 28, 2016! Join your colleagues and APS in Pittsburgh May 17–20, 2017. The Annual Scientific Meeting brings pain professionals together to collaborate on innovative and ground-breaking research, to participate in educational sessions, and to network with peers who share a passion and commitment to pain research. Learn more.


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