ASEAPS - Association of Southeast Asian Pain Societies

    

ASEAPS - Association of Southeast Asian Pain Societies

The Association of Southeast Asian Pain Societies (ASEAPS) was founded in 2005 to help promote the study and management of Pain in the ASEAN region. ASEAPS represents five (5) chapters in the ASEAN region.

Chapters of ASEAPS:

Indonesian Pain Society (IPS)
Malaysian Association for the Study of Pain (MASP)
Myanmar Society for the Study of Pain (MSSP)
Pain Society of the Philippines (PSP)
Pain Association of Singapore (PAS)

Aims:

Working together to promote the study and management of Pain in the ASEAN region. 

Goals:

1. To promote research in all areas related to Pain and its management
2. To disseminate and promote professional and public education in the field of Pain management.
3. To enhance networking, communication and the dissemination of information at both personal and organizational levels.
4. To facilitate the development of pain management and related services
5. To encourage the formation and development of Pain societies in Southeast Asia
6. To formulate policies and standards with respect to pain management practice in the region
7. To encourage cooperation and collaborate with other professional and public organizations

Contact Information:

Association of Southeast Asian Pain Societies (ASEAPS)
12A Sinaran TTDI, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 4, Taman Tun Dr Ismail
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 60000
Tel.: +60193818306
Fax: +60340429987 Email: maspsecretariat@gmail.com

Executive Board:

President: Dr. Takdir Musba, MD, Anesthesiology
Council members: Dr. Mary Suma Cardosa, MD, Pain Medicine | Dr. Maria Dolma Gudez-Santos, MD, Anesthesiology | Dr. Hasan Sjahrir, MD, Neurology | Dr. Nicholas Chua, MD, Anesthesiology | Dr. Chutamanee Suthisrisang, PhD, Pharmacology | Dr. Khin Myo Hla, MD, Rehabilitation Medicine | Dr. Cynthia Goh, MD, Palliative Medicine | Dr. Ramani Vijayan, MD, Pain Medicine | Dr. Francis Javier, MD, Pain Medicine | Dr. Pongparadee Chaudakshetrin, MD, Pain Medicine | Dr. Husni Tanra, MD, Anesthesiology