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Apply for an IASP Developing Countries Project Initiative for Improving Pain Education

IASP is accepting applications for the Developing Countries Project Initiative for Improving Pain Education. These grants help support improving pain education and practice in developing countries. The ideal applicant will […]

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IASP Announces Aidan Cashin the Ronald Dubner Research Prize Recipient

Dr. Aidan Cashin is the recipient of the 2022 Ronald Dubner Research Prize. This prize recognizes the best clinical or basic science research paper, series of papers, or doctoral thesis […]

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Making Sense of Pain Assessment After Surgery

Pain among hospitalized patients is expected and thus pain assessment is a crucial step towards its appropriate management. The first day after surgery, around 20-40% of patients will experience severe […]

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Early Career Grant Winner Update: Paulino Barragan-Iglesias

Who is Paulino Barragan-Iglesias? Paulino Barragan-Iglesias is an assistant professor at the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Center for Basic Sciences, Autonomous University of Aguascalientes, Mexico. He received his PhD […]

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Developing Countries Grant Winner Update: Dr. Emilia Miquidade

Who is Dr. Emilia Miquidade? Dr. Miquidade currently holds many roles. She is the Director of Pain and Palliative Care Unit in Maputo Central Hospital (Mozambique), President of the Mozambican […]

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IASP Announces New Class of PRF Correspondents

Early-career pain researchers and clinicians join fourth cycle of PRF Virtual Correspondents Program Fourteen young investigators from across the globe recently became the newest class of PRF’s Virtual Correspondents Program […]

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Improving Pain Relief Worldwide, One Village at a Time

“It’s not easy, but we’re trying. You have to do something,” says Dr. Gaston Nyirigira, anesthesiologist and founder of the first multidisciplinary pain clinic in Rwanda, a small east-African country […]

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The IASP Global Alliance of Partners for Pain Advocacy (GAPPA): Incorporating the Lived Experience of Pain into the Study of Pain

Pain is a complex, nuanced, and often difficult experience. It is something we are all familiar with, something we have all experienced, yet it is really hard to define, and […]

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How Well Is Pain Being Managed Throughout the World?

As part of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)’s new Global Alliance of Pain Patient Advocates, the 2018 IASP World Congress on Pain featured “The Global State […]

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Real People Sharing Their Pain Stories

Editor’s Note: At the 2018 World Congress on Pain in Boston, US, the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) launched its Global Alliance of Pain Patient Advocates (GAPPA). […]

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