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Topics include basic science research examining factors that influence pain processing & perception, clinical research on interpersonal variability in chronic pain, and personalized pain management.
Join SKIP in Partnership with Dr. Melanie Barwick for a 2-Day SKIP Workshop: Specialist Knowledge Translation (KT) Training. If you are a scientist, educator, policy maker or knowledge translation (KT) professional, you should attend!
The PEER webinar series is geared towards trainees, but all our welcome. Learn meaningful ways to incorporate people with lived experience into all aspects of the research process.
Chronic Pain Network Patient Perspective Partners Delane Linkiewich and Jennifer Daly host this webinar, with guests Dr. Melanie Noel and Janice Sumpton. Visit http://cpn-rdc.ca/PEER-registration to register
Chronic Pain Network Patient Perspective Partners Mary Brachaniec and Lesley Singer lead this webinar.
A special webinar from the Canadian Journal of Pain
Chronic Pain Network Patient Perspective Partner Lesley Singer and Chronic Pain Network Co-Applicant Nader Ghasemlou host this webinar.
The Pain Centre at the Hospital for Sick Children is partnering with Pain in Child Health for their bi-annual Conquering the Hurt Conference.
Chronic Pain Network Researchers Margot Latimer and John Sylliboy discuss working with Indigenous communities to conduct health research.
Topics include: Whole Health + BioPsychoSocial Approach and The Effectiveness of Cannabis
Topics include: How to Measure: BioPsychoSocial Approach Impact & Pain Management and Introduction & Effectiveness of Remote Care
Topics include: Stepped Care Model and Stepped Care Model in the US Military
Topics include: Pain Management Outcomes from Whole Health Project and Pain Management Outcomes for Veterans vs Non-Veterans with Chronic Pain
Chronic Pain Network and Canadian Pain Task Force members Jacques Laliberté and Linda Wilhelm to learn how lived experience is shaping policy.
Researchers Thomas Hadjistavropoulos and Karine Toupin-April, along with patient perspective partners and key members from their teams, lead this webinar.
An Annual Scientific Meeting to create a forum in which scientists, healthcare professionals, and trainees from clinical, educational, research, policy and industry settings can meet and exchange up-to-date information on pain mechanisms, pain assessment and pain management.
If you're looking for research funding or opportunities for a graduate scholarship, be sure to submit your application by April 30, 2021.