IASP Awards Six Grants Totaling over $50,000 USD
May 20, 2019
Congratulations to the six outstanding grant awardees!
IASP has awarded six grants totaling US $50,050 to outstanding member projects as part of its Developing Countries Project: Initiative for Improving Pain Education. The 2019 award recipients are : (alphabetized by country)
- Dr. Fabianna Moraleida, Brazil (Low Back Pain Education in Primary Care: Empowering Health Professionals and Patients to Manage Low Back Pain in the Northeast of Brazil)
- Dr. April Gamble, Iraq (Building Capacity in Pain Science for Physiotherapists Working with Vulnerable Populations in the Semi-Autonomous Kurdistan Region of Iraq)
- Dr. Tonia Onyeka, Nigeria (Project OPUS – Online Pain Education for Nigerian Medical Undergraduate Students)
- Dr. Ali Sarfraz Siddiqui, Pakistan (Pain Assessment in Critically Ill Patients: Educational Courses for Physicians and Nursing Staff of Intensive Care Units across Sindh Province of Pakistan)
- Dr. Annamarie Oberholzer, South Africa/Uganda (PEP-Talks for Nursing Students on Pain in Children)
- Dr. Mhoira Leng, Uganda (Empowering Health Care Professionals through Education to Improve the Management of Pain in Paediatric Palliative Care).