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Supported Back Pain Self-Management – Made Simple

By Guillaume Christe Self-management strategies play a key role in many chronic illnesses. In the case of back pain, self-management interventions are strongly recommended for both acute and chronic conditions. […]

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Apply for an Early Career Research Grant

IASP is now accepting applications for Early Career Research Grants. Early Career Research Grants are available internationally, are open to any discipline, and help facilitate the development of researchers starting […]

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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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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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Education Online and through Social Media

Social media has changed education practice radically. This Fact Sheet briefly explains the benefits of social media and some of the opportunities to improve pain education practice. It then outlines […]

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