Look to IASP for information about continuing education programs in pain. Here’s where you’ll learn about degree programs, fellowships, distance learning programs, Web-based training, and other opportunities. (Inclusion on this list does not imply IASP program endorsement.)

Fellowships, Grants, and Awards

IASP’s extensive grants and awards program supports investigators working in basic or clinical research and strengthens education in developing countries. Learn the eligibility requirements, guidelines, deadlines, and how to apply.

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Graduate Opportunities

IASP has gathered information from a variety of sources on programs offered for continuing education in pain. These may be fellowships, degree programs, distance learning programs, web-based training, etc. This list is provided as a service and does not imply IASP endorsement of any of the degree programs or courses listed.

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Faces Pain Scale

The Faces Pain Scale—Revised is a self-report measure of pain intensity developed for children. Adapted from the Faces Pain Scale commonly used for adults, FPS—R facilitates scoring on the widely accepted 0-to-10 metric.

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Career Center

The IASP Career Center May Have Your Next Job

This new online service includes employment listings for clinicians and researchers as well as post-doc opportunities worldwide. Register to find a job or list a job.

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