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2023 Pain in Animals Workshop: Advancing Outcome Measure Development and Analytical Approaches

11 July 2023

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50th Ann Fallback

The 2023 Pain in Animals Workshop: Advancing Outcome Measure Development and Analytical Approaches will be held at the Natcher Conference Center (Building 45) in the Auditorium on the campus of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, Maryland, September 26 to 27 2023. 

The meeting is qualified for 11.5 hours of AAVSB RACE Approved CE for veterinarians.

The 2023 workshop will focus on updates on validated approaches to measuring pain, highlighting opportunity areas for additional outcome measure development, as well as study design and analytic approaches to the use of outcome measures in clinical trials.

From the website you will be able to get an overview of the aims and the agenda.

The meeting, funded through a grant from The Mayday Fund, with additional support from NC State Comparative Pain Research and Education Centre will bring together researchers, clinicians/practitioners in human and veterinary medicine, industry, and the regulatory authorities.

Call for posters: We are accepting submissions for posters: studies describing work focusing on the measurement or assessment of pain in animals. Abstracts describing studies in any species will be considered; abstracts can report therapeutic studies (emphasizing description and analysis of outcome measures), animal models, analytical methodology.

Abstract deadline: July 30, 2023, at 11 p.m. Eastern US time. Send abstracts here: ceregistration@ncsu.edu. Abstracts will be reviewed for appropriate content, and individuals promptly notified of acceptance.

The organizing committee would be very grateful if you might be able to distribute the information to your colleagues.

*There is no fee to register for the event (thanks to The Mayday Fund), but attendees are required to register. Delegate numbers are limited. 

Kind regards,

Duncan Lascelles, on behalf of the organizing committee

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