Publications & News
August 29, 2019 — IASP-Supported Interdisciplinary Pain Management WorkshopInterdisciplinary Pain Management Workshop for Health Care Workers to be held in Kigali, Rwanda on 17 September 2019
August 7, 2019 — IASP's Proposed New Definition of Pain Released for CommentThe International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) is requesting public comments regarding a proposed new definition of pain.
PAIN is an official journal of IASP. Published monthly, it contains original research on the nature, mechanisms, and treatment of pain. It is cited in Current Contents and Index Medicus. This peer-reviewed journal is available only to IASP members as a membership benefit.View Latest Issue Previous Issues Submit a Manuscript
PAIN Reports is an official IASP publication. An online, open access, multidisciplinary journal, PAIN Reports promotes a global, rapid, and readily accessible forum that advances clinical, applied, and basic research on pain. The journal publishes full-length articles as well as brief reports, reviews, meta-analyses, meeting proceedings, and selected case reports.View Latest Issue Previous Issues Submit a Manuscript
PAIN: Clinical Updates
PAIN: Clinical Updates provides clinicians with timely and accurate information about pain management and therapy. Each issue addresses a topic of interest to practitioners in various specialties. PAIN: Clinical Updates is a channel of PAIN Reports as well as a section within that journal. Previous editions on a wide array of topics appear in the archives below.
Persistent postsurgical pain in children and young people: prediction, prevention, and management
Issue Date: September 2017
Glyn Williams MBBS FRCA MD FFPMRCA, Richard F Howard MBBS FRCA FFPMRCA, Christina Liossi
Preventing and treating medication overuse headache
Issue Date: June 2017
Karl B. Alstadhaug, MD, PhD, Hilde K. Ofte, MD, PhD, Espen S. Kristoffersen, MD, PhD
IASP Pain Research Forum
The IASP Pain Research Forum (PRF) is an interactive web community of basic, translational, and clinical pain researchers working to elucidate the basic neurobiology of chronic pain and translate that knowledge into new treatments for patients.
RELIEF, PRF’s companion site, translates the latest pain research findings into accessible language suitable for patients and the broader public.
Visit the IASP Bookstore for the latest books on pain research and treatment. Members receive discounts on books like these:
Claudia L. Sommer, Mark S. Wallace, Steven P. Cohen, Michaela Kress
Stefan Lautenbacher, Stephen J. Gibson
Lars Arendt-Nielsen, Serge Perrot