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The 9th Congress of Association of Southeast Asian Pain Societies

Date

4 May 20236 May 2023

Venue

5th Floor, The Royal Golden Jubilee Building, 2 Soi-Soonvijai, New Petchburi Road, Huaykwang, Huaykwang, Bangkok 10310 THAILAND
5th Floor, The Royal Golden Jubilee Building, 2 Soi-Soonvijai, New Petchburi Road, Huaykwang
Bangkok, Huaykwang 10310
Thailand

3 May 2023 Pre-congress Events
Pain Camp, Hands-on Cadaveric Workshop, CBT-DIY Workshop, and Pain Refresher Course

4-6 May 2023 Main Congress
9 Plenary Lectures, 12 Multidisciplinary Symposia, Poster Sessions, and Exhibitions

Thai Association for the Study of Pain (TASP) is delighted to host the 9th Association of Southeast Asian Pain Societies (ASEAPS) Congress on 4th – 6th May 2023 in Bangkok, Thailand under the theme “Unifying ASEAPS Against Pain”.

The ASEAPS congress is a biennial scientific meeting in the field of pain medicine that brings healthcare professionals and scientists to join and share experience, expertise, research and friendship.

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Call for Abstracts

ASEAPS2023 invites all distinguished authors to exchange their experience and research in the pain and pain management field through the abstract submission for an upcoming congress.

Pain is a critical sensation that must be addressed as it interferes with many daily activities and can significantly impede quality of life.

Therefore, further knowledge of pain, emerging techniques, and drug therapy will be fundamental in managing pain, enabling a better quality of life for those suffering from pain and their loved ones.

Submission deadline
Tuesday, 31 January 2023 | 18.00 hrs (GMT+7 Bangkok)

2023 IASP-Southeast Asian Pain Management Camp

The IASP Southeast Asian Pain Management Camp is an inter-professional residential education program in pain management funded by the IASP and run by the Association of southeast asian pain societies (ASEAPS). The aim of the Pain Camp is to improve the knowledge and practice of pain management and is targeted at young healthcare professionals in southeast Asia. Since 2011, 5 pain camps have been run just prior to the biennial ASEAPS Congress in Bangkok, Singapore, the Philippines, Myanmar, and Malaysia. The program has had a positive impact on pain education and practice to a total of 145 healthcare professionals from ASEAN countries and other LMICs in Asia including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Mongolia.

In 2023, The Thai Association for the Study of Pain (TASP) is organizing the 6th IASP-Southeast Asian Pain Management Camp followed by the 9th Association of Southeast Asian Pain Societies (ASEAPS) Congress.

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