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Last summer I performed a survey among some of our most active volunteers to find out what they would like to see from IASP, and the number one wish was more educational material.
I am incredibly excited to announce the debut of IASP’s new member benefit, the IASP Pain Education Resource Center, or PERC for short, which provides on-demand education for all IASP members.
I am confident that PERC will be valuable for continuing pain education. This dynamic new platform houses a plethora of learning resources, including IASP World Congress recordings. Resources are searchable by specialty, making it easy to find the education you want and need. And since all resources are available on-demand, you can learn anytime, anywhere.
PERC resources are completely FREE for IASP members. Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits are also available for only US$30 per certificate.
The IASP Pain Education Resource Center is a living library of pain education resources that will continue to grow and evolve. New resources are being added; the next updates will be from the 7th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain and the 4th World Congress on Abdominal and Pelvic Pain.
PERC is supporting the study of pain by making world-class science accessible to pain professionals around the world.
Start exploring PERC today at iasp-pain.org/PERC.
Lars Arendt-Nielsen, Dr. Med., PhD
- IASP eNewsletter - November 2014
- IASP eNewsletter - August 2014
- IASP eNewsletter - June 2014
- IASP eNewsletter - April 2014
- IASP eNewsletter - February 2014
- IASP eNewsletter - December 2013
- IASP eNewsletter - October 2013
- IASP eNewsletter - August 2013
- IASP eNewsletter - June 2013
- IASP eNewsletter - April 2013