From the APS Newsroom
Current newsroom releases from The Journal of Pain.
Be sure to check out the latest article on Pain Research Forum about the debate that took place at the Basic Science Dinner Symposium at the APS Annual Meeting in Palm Springs. What are your thoughts on the NIH requiring the use of both sexes in preclinical research?
JAAOS study reveals that painkiller overuse has led to negative outcomes for musculoskeletal conditions.
Help stop the unnecessary addition of new regulations for the use of animals in pain research.
Each year, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) invests more than $30 billion in medical research funding to a variety of research-related programs.
The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) will host their 2015 NEXT Conference and Expo in National Harbor, MD, June 3-6.
The National Institutes of Health Pain Consortium will be held May 26-27 in Bethesda, MD.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has recently announced the formation of the Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI) Working Group of the Advisory Committee.
Acetaminophen (paracetamol, acetyl-para-aminophenol; APAP) was ineffective for low back pain and provided only clinically insignificant relief of hip or knee osteoarthritis (OA) pain while quadrupling the risk for liver function abnormalities, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis published March 31 by Australian researchers in the British Medical Journal.
Various studies on problematic opioid use in chronic pain patients have been conducted over the years, but many of them have failed to clearly define misuse, abuse and addiction. One group of researchers believe they’ve uncovered an updated review of this topic with definitions of their own.
The Foundation for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) announces the 2015 spring and fall grant cycle.
From the APS Newsroom
Current research in The Journal of Pain discuss the latest in therapeutic opioids, chronic headaches, chronic neck pain and pain education.
The following highlight summarizes the article "Effectiveness of Jyoti Meditation Patients with Chronic Neck Pain and Psychological Distress–A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial" from The Journal of Pain (Volume 16, Issue 1, January 2015).
APS is pleased to announce the 2015 recipients of the Sharon S. Keller Chronic Pain Research Grant Program.
The APS "Pain Research Agenda for the 21st Century" is a goal-oriented approach emphasizing important outcomes that must be achieved to meaningfully advance pain treatment.
This funding opportunity announcement seeks small business organizations to develop opioid and adjuvant drug combinations within a single dosage form for treatment of a pain condition.