Did you take pictures in Montréal? Share your candid photos with
other Congress attendees by uploading them to the Congress Flickr
Send your photos via email to: WCPphotos@iasp-pain.org. For
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include the names of people and a brief description of the moment
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Did our official Congress photographer, Benoit Desjardins, catch a
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photo, right-click the photo and choose "Save Picture As" or "Save Image
As" and choose where to save it on your computer.
The Welcome Reception kicked off the Congress with circus performances
unique to Montréal.
Dr. Gebhart delivered the
Outgoing President's address.
Kathleen Sluka, editor of Mechanisms and Management of Pain for the
Physical Therapist, and Thomas Hadjistavropoulos, editor of
Pain Management for Older Adults: A Self-Help Guide, signed
books at the IASP booth.
Trainees mingled with IASP leaders Kathleen Sluka and Jeffrey Mogil at
the Trainee Reception.
Hundreds of people each day presented posters about their research.
Anthony Dickenson, Frank Porreca, Pierre Beaulieu, and David Lussier
signed copies of their book, Pharmacology of Pain, at the IASP
Hungary chapter President Gabor Fazekas and IASP President Eija Kalso
conversed during the Chapter President's Luncheon.
Former IASP President Sir Michael Bond and IASP Executive Director
Katherine Kreiter received a check for the IASP Developing Countries
fund from representatives of Grünenthal.