The IASP Developing Countries Project: Initiative for Improving Pain Education provides grants of up to $10,000 that support improving pain education and practice in developing countries.
The ideal applicant will present a multidisciplinary project and be a resident from a low-income and low-middle income country, as defined by the World Bank.
Projects Examples Include:
- Combining practical instruction with the latest research
- Developing written teaching materials
- Creating online learning programs
- Developing or implementing policy changes on pain education and practice in hospitals, universities, governments, or other places
- Be a member of IASP for at least one year
- Not received the same award in the last three years
- Be based in a developing country
Applications will be reviewed based on the evidence of the organizer’s ability to complete the project including the following criteria; if the project identifies and is relevant to local needs, if the curriculum is comprehensive and suited for the intended audience, and lastly that the program evaluation is planned and sufficient.
Applications Close: 10 July