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History, Religion, Euthanasia and Pain―Exploring Palliative Care in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Conversation With Cynthia Goh

Editor’s note: The 17th IASP World Congress on Pain took place September 12-16, 2018, in Boston, US. At the Congress, 12 early-career pain researchers took part in the PRF Correspondents Program, a science communications training […]

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Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP): Bridging the Gap Between Pediatric Pain Research and Care

Editor’s note: April 18, 2019, saw the launch of Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP), a new knowledge mobilization network to help improve children’s pain care. SKIP’s mission is to […]

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From Endocrinology, to Pain, to Pain Education: A Conversation With Daniel Carr

Editor’s note: The 17th IASP World Congress on Pain took place September 12-16, 2018, in Boston, US. At the Congress, 12 early-career pain researchers took part in the PRF Correspondents Program, a science communications training […]

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Back (Pain) to the Drawing Board: Pain Education as a Treatment—A Chat with Lorimer Moseley

Lorimer Moseley, PhD, is professor of clinical neurosciences and chair in physiotherapy at the University of South Australia, Adelaide. A pain scientist with a background in physiotherapy, neuroscience, and psychophysiology, […]

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Meeting People Where They Are: A Conversation With Vikram Patel

Editor’s note: The 17th IASP World Congress on Pain took place September 12-16, 2018, in Boston, US. At the Congress, 12 early-career pain researchers took part in the PRF Correspondents Program, a science communications training […]

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Disseminate Your Research, Collaborate Outside Your Field, and Speak Up for Women: A Conversation With Christine Chambers

Editor’s note: The 17th IASP World Congress on Pain took place September 12-16, 2018, in Boston, US. At the Congress, 12 early-career pain researchers took part in the PRF Correspondents program, a science communications training […]

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Elucidating the Mechanisms of Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain: A Conversation With Camilla Svensson

Editor’s note: The 17th IASP World Congress on Pain took place September 12-16, 2018, in Boston, US. At the Congress, 12 early-career pain researchers took part in the PRF Correspondents program, a science communications training […]

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Pain 101 Podcast—Patients as Partners in Pain Research: A Podcast With Leslie Levine and Jacques Laliberté

Editor’s note: The third North American Pain School (NAPS) took place June 24-28, 2018, in Montebello, Quebec, Canada. An educational initiative of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) […]

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It’s Time to Talk About Gender and Pain: A Conversation With Katelynn Boerner

Editor’s note: Katelynn Boerner, PhD, RPsych, is a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, and is based at BC Children’s […]

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The Shifting Landscape of Opioids for Pain: A Conversation With Jane Ballantyne

Editor’s note: The 17th IASP World Congress on Pain took place September 12-16, 2018, in Boston, US. At the Congress, 12 early-career pain researchers took part in the PRF Correspondents program, a science communications training […]

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