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Our 2023 Agenda

You will gain the ability to describe and critically analyze recent research on the mechanisms and management of pain with our diverse, multidisciplinary membership. You'll integrate activities and understanding that will help improve access to high-quality pain care, including preventing and treating pain more effectively. 


Concurrent sessions have been coordinated to encompass mechanisms of pain; biopsychosocial factors of pain; pain treatments; and pain programs, education, policy, and advocacy.

All efforts will be in place to avoid any timing adjustments, that may occur without advance notice. All timing for this event is in Mountain Daylight Time. 


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Late Breaking Abstracts

The Scientific Planning Committee seeks to offer a balanced, diverse, and cutting-edge scientific program that reflects different areas of science from all members of the pain community.  Your participation is of the utmost importance and will be integral for the success of the 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting and continued progress in pain research and management.  All abstracts must be submitted through the CPS abstract submission portal below before Tuesday February 28th by 2259h ET

A comprehensive summary of the scopes, methods, results, and conclusions of all our approved poster presentations.

2023 Poster Presentations

A deep dive into the abstracts of our keynote, plenaries, and many distinguished speakers presenting during our Seven (7) concurrent sessions.

2023 Symposia Abstracts

Coming Together at the Banff Springs Hotel

Foster collaborative relationships and knowledge exchanges between research scientists, health care professionals, trainees, and persons with lived experience, all with a shared focus on pain.  

Our 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting

April 27 — 30, 2024 at the Westin in downtown Ottawa, Ontario.

Individuals with an interest in pain from all around the world come together to share knowledge and expertise on the latest advancements in pain mechanisms, evaluation, and management.