Sex & Gender in Pain and Analgesia
Promote the importance of sex & gender-related issues in pain research and scientific and clinical interest in sex differences in pain and analgesic response.
- Increase awareness and promote education about SABV implementation in pain studies.
- Develop/endorse best practice guidelines for studying sex differences in pain and analgesia.
- Encourage basic and clinical research on how sex and gender affect pain mechanisms and all realms of its management.
- Provide a central information resource on these issues.
- Develop multidisciplinary discussion groups on subtopics of these issues.
- Foster collaborative information and idea sharing on sex and gender-related pain research between basic and clinical scientists.
- Facilitate the development of integrated research projects on relevant topics.
Chair: Carolina Beraldo Meloto
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APS 2018 Scientific Summit
Mark your Calendars: 2018 Scientific Summit
March 4-6, 2018
Basic Science | Clinical Trials | Complementary and Alternative Medicine | Ethics | Genetics and Pain | Geriatric Pain | Measurement of Pain and Its Impact | Military/Veterans | Nursing | Pain and Disparities | Pain Education | Pain in Infants, Children, and Adolescents | Pain Rehabilitation | Palliative Care | Pharmacotherapy | Primary Care | Psychosocial Research | Pain in Sickle Cell Disease