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 were chosen for their commitment to improve pain education and practice in developing countries and represent a diverse group of countries, including for the first time in IASP history, Haiti and Burkina Faso.
IASP proudly announces the winners of the 2021 Developing Countries Project:
Asma Abdus Salam, Dr. Ziauddin Hospital, Pakistan
Pain Assessment and Initial Management: A Blended-Learning Basic Course for Nurses
Rizaldy Pinzon, Duta Wacana Christian University School of Medicine, Indonesia
Bridging the Gap of Knowledge and Skills for Diagnosis and Treatment of Painful Neuropathy
Folaju Olusegun Oyebola, Federal Medical Centre Abeokuta, Nigeria
Pain and Palliative Supportive Care Education and Training for Healthcare Professionals in Ogun-State Health Centers
Martin Lankoande, Teaching Hospital Yalgado Ouedroago, Burkina Faso
Implementation of Pain and Palliative Care Course (P2C2) in Burkina Faso
Nibha Bajracharya, Kathmandu Medical College and Teaching Hospital, Nepal
Pain Education for the Physiotherapists in Nepal
Mariana Avila-Vera, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos, Brazil
Management of Dysmenorrhea: How do we deal with our menstrual cramps?
Sabine Régine Roche, Haiti State University Hospital, Haiti
Training Nurses in Palliative Care to Help Patients and Families Manage the End of Life at Home