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The Canadian Pain Society publishes an electronic newsletter (i.e., eNews) once every season. CPS Member receive this communication as part of their membership benefits. Non-members do not receive the CPS eNews.
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Are there any exciting pain-related initiatives happening in your area? We are looking for articles that feature interesting, inspiring, and timely content! Articles should be ~250-300 words (links and images can be included).

Submissions that we feature include:

Pain Education & Research: Tell us about events, programs, or projects surrounding pain education or research in your region. What is the main focus of the initiative? What inspired you to start it? Any future directions?


News & Updates: Do you have any news or updates from your organization that focus on pain-related issues? We find value in sharing topical information from organizations that aim to improve pain management and care.


Awards: Have you or somebody you know recently received a national or international award in pain? We want to highlight recipients of awards in pain and share their story to inspire others.


NEW! Recent Publications: Is there a paper that you recently published that you would like to share? CPS members in good standing may submit a link to a peer-reviewed article that they have published in the last 3 months. These submissions do not require a written report – please provide the title and link to the article only. Each author should send no more than one article.


Upcoming Events: We are interested in sharing information about upcoming pain-related conferences, scientific days, symposia, seminars, workshops, or educational programs at the provincial, national, or international level.

We do not accept submissions of the following:

  1. Education that comes at a cost (e.g. online educational courses, books, university programs, etc.)
  2. Endorsement of specific pain clinics/centers, pain management strategies/interventions, or externally generated guidelines
  3. Feature of a specific research study (e.g. a journal article that was recently published) – see ‘Recent Publications’ if you are interested in sharing your recently published work
  4.  Advertisement of products
  5.  Events, programs, projects, awards, etc. at the local level


Note: Submissions do not guarantee their inclusion in the CPS eNews. If a submission is selected for inclusion, CPS reserves the right to edit the style, length, and content prior to publication.


All submissions and inquiries are to be sent to the eNews Editor at