Support Those Who Are Leading and Changing the Field of Pain
APS provides many and frequent opportunities for industry partners to reach its more than 2,500 members who are leaders in the field of pain research and treatment.
Pain Research Fund
The purpose of the APS Pain Research Fund is to provide an outlet for APS members and nonmembers to donate funds to directly support research grants and the revision of clinical practice guidelines throughout the year.
By donating, you are supporting APS’s mission domains (Research, Education, Clinical, and Advocacy) that help to further members’ interests and professional needs, ultimately supporting membership recruitment and retention. Join our growing list of donors.
Annual Scientific Meeting
Each year, the APS Annual Scientific Meeting gathers pain professionals from around the world for high-level education designed to enhance research and clinical skills pertinent to pain management. Innovative, collaborative, and interdisciplinary pain science educational sessions focus on diagnosis, treatment, management, and research in acute pain, chronic cancer and noncancer pain, and recurrent pain.
APS E-News is a monthly e-newsletter that includes important announcements about APS programs, publications, and the annual scientific meeting. In addition, each issue includes timely pain-related news, funding opportunities, and more.
Clinical Centers of Excellence in Pain Management
The APS Clinical Centers of Excellence in Pain Management Award Program identifies and recognizes U.S.-based, multidisciplinary teams providing distinguished, comprehensive pain care to serve as examples to other pain management programs. To learn more about how you can support these APS programs, please contact Joseph Maginot, Professional Relations and Development, at 847.375.4873 or email.