Get Involved with APS
APS’s strength is rooted in the diverse membership dedicated to improving the research and treatment of pain across disciplines and work settings. Pain professionals can contribute to the body of work and valuable collaboration in a variety of ways.
By becoming a member of APS, you will be able to participate in APS events where you will have the opportunity to network with other pain professionals as well as present and learn from the latest evidence-based research. Join or renew your membership to get involved with the benefits of being a part of APS.
Join or create an APS shared interest group (SIG) to meet other members interested in the same topic or field.
APS committees each have a specific area of focus, such as research, education, society governance, or membership and report regularly to the board of directors. These groups develop and drive initiatives that support APS’s strategic goals and also provide the opportunity to engage with other members and develop as APS leaders.