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NATIONAL PAIN AWARENESS WEEK: NOVEMBER 2018

Want to see what are community is up to for National Pain Awareness Week? Click HERE to jump to all the activities planned. If you would like to add your event to our listing, please click HERE to email us.

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Wondering how National Pain Awareness Week came to be? You can read about it HERE!



CALL FOR CLINICAL INNOVATION and RESEARCH POSTERS

DEADLINE:
NOVEMBER 21ST, 2018

The 2019 CPS 40th Annual Scientific Meeting will create a forum in which scientists, healthcare professionals, and trainees from clinical, educational, research, policy and industry settings can meet and exchange up-to-date information on pain mechanisms, pain assessment, and pain management. This event promotes core values of professionalism and competency-based education and advocates on behalf of patients with acute and chronic pain. This year’s event is not to be missed!

Please use the link below to submit through our portal.

DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 21ST, 2018



BECOME A 2019 CPS EXHIBITOR OR PARTNER

CPS wishes to partner with organizations that see a direct benefit in promoting shared values of professionalism and competency-based education. CPS sees a need to advocate on behalf of patients with acute and chronic pain by bringing together basic scientists and health professionals of various disciplines who have an interest in pain research and management.

Partnering and exhibiting during out Annual Scientific Meeting will expose your organization to the work and research being conducted by professionals and scientists across the field, and across the country. Partners increase their profile and leverage an improved return on their investment. Click below to explore the various options CPS has to offer.

 


 

CPS: Better Care, Less Pain, More Gain.

The Canadian Pain Society is a society of scientists and health professionals who have a vested interest in pain research and management.

As a chapter of the IASP, the CPS supports the treatment of pain as a basic human right and is currently advocating for a Canadian National Pain Strategy.