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The CPS is a society of scientists, health professionals, educators and pain advocates who have a vested interest in pain research and management. As a chapter of the IASP, we support the treatment of pain as a basic human right and are currently advocating for a Canadian National Pain Strategy.

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Join today and take advantage of peer-to-peer connections; free access to online events; trainee-specific content; access to Awards & Grants; Special Interest Groups; preferred pricing for our Annual Scientific Meeting; reduced rates for the Canadian Journal of Pain ...and so much more.

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2022 CPS Awards and Grants

Click on the button below to review the submission guidelines for the 2022 awards and grants.

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2022 Annual scientific meeting

10-13 May, 2022  |  Hotel Bonaventure, Montreal

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2021 Annual Scientific Meeting

Thank you to all those who attended our Annual Scientific Meeting! To view the agenda please click the button below. 

2021 ASM Agenda

2021-22 CPS+ Webinar Series

2022 Annual Scientific Meeting


We’re excited to announce that CPS is planning to host an in-person meeting May 10-13, 2021 in Montreal!

The CPS is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely to ensure that a face-to-face meeting is both achievable and safe. Proper protocol for COVID-19 will be followed and further details will be provided over the coming months. If it is felt a face-to-face is not possible, the CPS will pivot once again to a virtual ASM. We look forward to seeing everyone again in person!

Thank you to those who have submitted!

Please contact Lynn Gauthier, Awards Chair - 


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Email: cps@secretriatcentral.com

Telephone +1 365-873-2320

20 Crown Steel Dr, Markham, ON

L3R 9X9


The Canadian Pain Society is a proud chapter of the International Association for the Study of Pain.

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About the CPS

The mission of the CPS is to bring together scientists, educators, health care professionals, and patients to foster education and research on pain mechanisms and management, and to improve access to high-quality care with the goal of preventing and treating pain more effectively.

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