April 5 –
2020 Australian Pain Society 40th Annual Scientific Meeting (APS 2020)
Having reflected at the 39th meeting, 'On the IASP Global Year Against Pain in the Most Vulnerable', 2020 will bring us more challenges 'In the IASP Global Year for the Prevention of Pain'. The Scientific Program Committee is thrilled to have procured three most impressive international speakers: Professor John Cryan, from University College, Cork, Ireland, who’s current research focusses on the interaction between brain, gut and microbiome and how it applies to stress, psychiatric and immune-related disorders; A/Professor Erin Krebs from University of Minnesota Medical School, USA. Her research addresses chronic pain and opioid analgesics; Dr Janet Bultitude from the University of Bath in the UK, whose research interests are pain, attention and sensorimotor interactions, as well as neurorehabilitation, and the ‘neglect-like’ sensory system changes in complex regional pain syndrome. They will be joined by an inspiring range of national and international speakers who will provide a veritable glance at the most complex, challenging, provocative and indeed interesting topic: Pain.
April 10 –
Young to Young 2
“We are moving from sharing to cooperation in collective action” (Clay Shirky) YOUNG Are you young, working in the field of pain study and management? Y2Y is a program for young, interested professionals who want to discuss and solve existing problems. TO The project provides for communication and interdisciplinary cooperation of specialists from various countries. You can share your achievements as well as your vision of ways to solve various problems with young residents from other countries and clinics. YOUNG By participating in the project you get the opportunity to become part of an interdisciplinary and international movement that aims to bring new ideas to life and, equally importantly, into clinical practice. • Partnership. Interdisciplinary collaboration • Analysis of common problems. Discussion and identification of general and particular problems. • Intercommunication. Free communication. • desigN of problem solving strategies. Development of effective strategies and tasks f
May 14 –
Thai Association for the Study of Pain Annual Scientific Meeting
This is a regular annual scientific meeting of Thai Association of the Study of Pain (TASP). The theme is "Prevention of Pain" which is the IASP global year 2020 campaign.
May 19 –
Canadian Pain Society's 41st Annual Scientific Meeting
The 2020 CPS 41st Annual Scientific Meeting will create a forum in which scientists, healthcare professionals, and trainees from clinical, educational, research, policy and industry settings can meet and exchange up-to-date information on pain mechanisms, pain assessment, and pain management. This event promotes core values of professionalism and competency-based education and advocates on behalf of patients with acute and chronic pain. This year’s event is not to be missed!
- May 23 – 26, 2020 : 6th Congress of the European Academy of Neurology (EAN)
- June 12 – 19, 2020 : European Pain School
- June 27, 2020 : Pain Association of Singapore
July 3 –
14th European Headache Federation Congress
New and exciting times are dawning, with a slew of new therapies underway: CGRP antibodies for migraine prophylaxis, lasmiditan as an alternative to triptans for acute therapy, atogepant, ubrogepant, possibly PACAP antibodies and more. That is why we chose "Head over Ache - Silver Lining Novel Treatments" for the motto of the 14th European Headache Federation Congress. Now we, physicians, psychologists, cost bearers, politicians, and those working in health care, must make sure that the new as well as the old treatments reach the right patients in the optimal way. We therefore invite doctors and scientists from Europe and abroad, but also our partners EFIC, EAN, WONCA, EMA, and WHO to take part in this event. The scientific committee will be co-chaired by Professor Richard Lipton, US. We warmly welcome you to the Maritim Hotel from 26–28 June 2020 in wonderful Berlin, which is always worth a visit, especially at the beginning of summer! Together, let's explore the future of headache tr
- July 5 – 8, 2020 : The British Pain Society Philosophy and Ethics SIG Annual Summer Retreat
- August 4 – 8, 2020 : IASP 2020 World Congress on Pain
August 4 –
Methadone/Opioid prescribing and Resuscitation
This is a comprehensive methadone/opioid prescribing clinical conference for the Pain management experts who want to get serious about pain and/or opioid addiction management together with prescribing and resuscitation pitfalls.
September 2 –
1st International Conference on Phantom Limb Pain
Phantom Limb Pain (PLP) is a condition prevalent after amputation that has intrigued scientists for over a century. PLP can considerably hinder a person’s quality of life and no universally accepted guidelines exist for its prevention and treatment. The aim of the First International Conference on PLP (ICPLP) is to bring together world-renowned experts in the study and treatment of PLP, and create a forum for open discussions on competing theories and findings where we can advance the understanding and treatment of the condition.
September 8, 2020
7th SUA Ultrasound Guided Chronic Pain Interventions Workshop
THE SEVENTH Society for Ultrasound in Anaesthesia (SUA) Chronic Pain Interventions Workshop will take place at the Royal College of Physicians, London, UK on 8th September 2020. An expert faculty will cover a wide variety of chronic pain procedures under ultrasound guidance with live models.
September 11 –
Pediatric Pain Management: State of the Art and Science 2020
The Pediatric Pain Medicine: State of the Art and Science Conference is designed for physicians, nurses, psychologists, physical therapists and other clinical staff who care for children with pain conditions. The conference will be focused on the delivery of up to date Pain Management for children in the era of the opioid crisis. The aim will be to integrate basic, translational and clinical science with clinical practice updates. Conference sessions will include a combination of lectures, discussion, poster sessions, workshops, and more. Topics include the following and more: The current role for opioids in Pain Management in Pediatrics Basic science of Chronic Pain pathology Explaining Chronic Pain to patients and families The role of peripheral Nerve Blocks in minimizing opioid requirements in Pediatric Pain management. Pain Control and issues in patients with a history of drug abuse The role of Child Life Specialists in Pediatric Pain Management Progress in Alternative Pain Managem
September 21 –
The 14th Annual Pain Therapeutics Summit
ARROWHEAD’S ANNUAL PAIN THERAPEUTICS SUMMIT, taking place on September 21-22, 2020 in Washington, DC, is the US’s premier pain conference covering the field of pain research and therapeutics. Leaders from the biopharmaceutical industry, academia and government attend this conference to learn about the latest advances in the treatment of various types of pain and to network with colleagues from industry, academia, clinical research organizations, and government. This conference provides attendees with thoughtful insight from key industry leaders and academic researchers concerning cutting edge drug discovery science, preclinical development trends, analysis of key clinical-stage pain therapies and newly marketed products.
October 6, 2020 – October 9, 2022
EFIC Winter Cancer Pain School, Liverpool
This course aims to develop skills of assessing and treating pain related to cancer and its treatment. This interactive course develops an evidence-based approach to assessment, and formulating diagnosis and designing a comprehensive management plan including pain management. The emphasis is on a multidisciplinary approach to managing pain related to cancer. Learning objectives of this course are in line with EFIC Core Curriculum for managing pain.
November 6 –
9th SARPS Congress on Pain 2020
November 1-8, 2020 9th South Asian Regional Pain Society (SARPS) Congress on Pain 2020 South Asian Regional Pain Societies (SARPS) was formed as a coordinating body of IASP chapters from member countries of SAARC nations. The organization was initiated by the joint leadership of Bangladesh Society for Study of Pain (BSSP), Indian Society for Study of Pain (ISSP) and Society for Treatment and Study of Pain (STSP), Pakistan. In subsequent year, Sri Lanka Association for the Study of Pain (SLAP) and last year Nepal Association for the Study of Pain (NASP) has joined the initiative as member. After that biannual pain festival were held in each member countries in rotation (Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka). Bangladesh Society for Study of Pain (BSSP) will host 9th SARPS Congress on Pain 2020 in November 7-8 at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Society for Study of Pain will also organize five days long residential ‘Learn Pain Camp’ from November 1-5, 2020.
November 25 –
IOF Regional – 8th Asia-Pacific Osteoporosis Conference
The International Osteoporosis Foundation looks forward to welcoming you to the IOF Regional 8th Asia-Pacific Osteoporosis Conference taking place in Bangkok, Thailand on November 25-28, 2020.
May 13 –
8th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain
The 8th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain (NeuPSIG 2021) is an international forum that provides the latest research and developments in understanding the mechanisms, assessment, prevention and treatment of neuropathic pain. This meeting is an excellent opportunity to network and strengthen scientific collaboration. We hope you will join us in this unique opportunity to meet researchers, clinicians, and others from a wide range of disciplines, countries and backgrounds, disseminating and learning about the latest developments in the field.
June 24 –
COCCYX 2020 - 3rd International Symposium on COCCYX disorders
The tailbone and its neighbouhood - a 360° perspective - a two day international symposium on coccyx and pelvic pain. 26 speakers of different disciplines.from basic science to multimodal therapy