Annual Persistent Post-Surgical Pain Symposium





 

Each year, the Institute for Pain Research & Care holds its annual Persistent Post-Surgical Pain Symposium. The target audience of the symposium is clinical researchers, basic scientists, behavioural scientists, rehabilitation scientists, residents, students and other healthcare professions.

Learning objectives include:

  • Sharing cutting edge evidence as it relates to persistent post-surgical pain and acquiring knowledge in this area
  • Discussion of challenges and future directions regarding the study of persistent post-surgical pain

The 2020 and 2021 Persistent Post-Surgical Pain Symposia were cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The 7th Annual Symposium took place on April 9, 2022. The date of the 2023 Symposium will be announced soon. 

Summaries of Past Proceedings:

2018 Symposium
2019 Symposium
2022 Symposium

Last Updated: May 2022

Post-Surgical Pain Symposium - April 9, 2022


If you have additional questions about the annual symposium or a past symposium, please contact: npc@mcmaster.ca.




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