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.
- Pfizer Independent Grants for Learning & Change (IGLC)
Requests for proposals for up to US$250,000 to stimulate pain education efforts throughout Japan.
- IASP Early Career Research Grants Program
Multiple grants of US$20,000 each support researchers who are in the early career stage of pain investigations.
- Siriraj International Fellowship Training in Clinical Pain Management
IASP and the World Federation of Societies of Anesthesiologists offer a joint one-year fellowship at Mahidol University, Bangkok, from August 1, 2019 to July 30, 2020, to an outstanding clinical trainee interested in practical pain management training for application in resource-limited countries. Features personal mentoring, case study lessons, and other learning techniques.
- IASP Developing Countries Project: Initiative for Improving Pain Education
Educational support grants for up to US$10,000 are available to improve essential pain education for clinicians in developing countries.
These curriculum outlines can help you establish undergraduate and graduate courses on acute, chronic, and cancer pain.
- IASP Curriculum on Pain For Pharmacy
- IASP Curriculum Outline for Pain in Social Work
- IASP Curriculum Outline on Pain for Dentistry and Oral Health
- IASP Curriculum Outline on Pain for Medicine
- IASP Curriculum Outline on Pain for Nursing
- IASP Curriculum Outline on Pain for Occupational Therapy
- IASP Curriculum Outline on Pain for Physical Therapy
- IASP Curriculum Outline on Pain for Psychology
- IASP Interprofessional Pain Curriculum Outline
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.Learn More
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.FPS-R Home Permissions Download References
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