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The International Association for the Study of Pain, the Australian Pain Society, the New Zealand Pain Society and the Faculty of the Pain Medicine, the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists announce the 2022 Global Year for Translating Pain Knowledge to Practice which continues through to 31 December 2022.
You are invited to participate and promote the Global Year for Translating Pain Knowledge to Practice within your workplace to help benefit millions of people throughout the world unable to speak for themselves.
For more information, please visit the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) Global Year for Translating Pain Knowledge to Practice website, particularly the 'Fact Sheets' pages as per below.
Below are a number of Global Year Fact Sheets that have been developed by the International Association for the Study of Pain.
Fact Sheet 1 - Global Inequities in Pain Treatment: How Future Research Can Address This Better
Fact Sheet 2 - Human Cells and Tissue in Pre-clinical Studies: Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
Fact Sheet 3 - Genetic Biomarkers of Pain States
Fact Sheet 4 - Clinical Practice Guidelines
Fact Sheet 5 - How to Translate Pain Research to Impact Practice
Fact Sheet 6 - Partnering with People with Lived Experience in Pain Research
Fact Sheet 7 - Innovations in Physiotherapy and Digital Health
Fact Sheet 8 - Digital Health Psychosocial Interventions for Chronic Pain
Fact Sheet 9 - Animal Models for Translational Pain Research
Fact Sheet 10 - What is an Effectiveness Study?
Fact Sheet 11 - Human Cells and Tissue in Pre-clinical Studies: Human DRG
Fact Sheet 12 - Placebo and Nocebo Effects: The Importance of Treatment Expectations and Patient-Physician Interaction for Treatment Outcomes
IASP Resources including messages from the IASP President and GY2022 Co-chairs
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