Late Breaking Abstracts
Deadline for late-breaking abstracts is February 16th at midnight (ET).
The 2024 Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the Canadian Pain Society (CPS), organized in partnership with Health Canada will create a forum in which scientists, healthcare professionals, people with lived experience of pain, trainees, and policy makers from clinical, educational, research, policy, industry, and other settings can meet and exchange up-to-date information on pain mechanisms, assessment, and management.
The Canadian Journal of Pain
Accepted abstracts will be printed in the online Canadian Journal of Pain, published by Taylor and Francis, and will be available for online viewing before and during the 2024 Annual Scientific Meeting. The Journal may not consider your abstract for publication if information from the abstract is missing. Please have all co-presenters edit your submission carefully, as the submitted version will be the final version for publication. Please ensure names and affiliations are accurate.
The Scientific Program Committee (SPC) seeks to offer a balanced, diverse, and cutting-edge program that reflects different areas of pain science and policy from all members of the pain community. Your participation is of the utmost importance and will be integral for the success of the CPS Annual Scientific Meeting and continued progress in pain research and management.
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
The Canadian Pain Society is strongly committed to diversity within its membership. Diversity strengthens both research and clinical practice in pain. We encourage participation by and for racialized persons, Black, Indigenous and people of colour, women, LGBTQ2S+, persons with disabilities, persons with lived experience of pain, and others who bring diverse perspectives to the field of pain.