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Making Pain Science Accessible and Understandable to Others: Knowledge Mobilization in Pain Around the World

Register for the 19 December Global Year webinar, Making Pain Science Accessible and Understandable to Others: Knowledge Mobilization in Pain Around the World. This webinar will highlight diverse initiatives and […]

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IASP Announces the Award for Excellence in Pain Management and Research in Developing Countries Recipients

This award recognizes the following individuals for their outstanding level of excellence in pain-related programs in a developing country. Dr. Elizabeth Onuwa Ogboli Nwasor is recognized for her work in […]

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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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Developing Countries Grant Winners Update: Zipporah Ali and Esther Muinga

Who Zipporah Ali? Zipporah Ali is currently retired, but was not during the beginning of this project. She then passed responsibilities on to her colleague Esther Muniga. Dr. Zipporah Ali […]

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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 2021 Developing Countries Grant Winners

The International Association for the Study of Pain recently awarded seven grants to the winners of the 2021 Developing Countries Project: Initiative for Improving Pain Education. This year’s grant recipients […]

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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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