To make pain known and recognized as something that needs to be treated. To make the SFETD the reference society, recognized and visible to the public authorities, health professionals, students, and the general public. To preserve and enhance the variety of visions, fields and practices and develop our proper culture. To support and develop research, to make it visible, to be innovative in practices, and to improve the scientific level. To support and disseminate the teaching of pain.
Special Interest Groups of SFETD: Headache and Orofacial Pain; Cancer Pain; Pain and Ethics; Pain and Assessment; Pain and General Medicine; Pain and Handicap; Interventional Techniques; Neuropathic Pain; Pain and Geriatrics; Pain and Pediatrics; Post-Operative Pain; Pain and Perinatality; Pain and Psychology; Musculoskeletal Pain; Pelvic Pain.