The 11th Congress of the European Pain Federation: Bringing the future to the present
The congresses of the European Pain Federation give access to leading lecturers and a scientific programme consisting of the latest evidence-based and best-practice-based medicine in all relevant disciplines in the field of pain management.
The 11th Congress of the European Pain Federation, Pain in Europe XI, will take place in the Spanish town of Valencia, from 4-7 September 2019. This major biennial gathering brings together the most recognised experts in the field of pain medicine to exchange knowledge, ideas and the latest advances in the field.
Be part of the congress and submit your workshop proposal: Deadline 18 June 2018
For more information, please visit http://efic-congress.org/
About the European Pain Federation, EFIC®,
Established in 1993, the European Pain Federation, EFIC®, combines the expertise and experience of 37 European Pain Chapters, representing more than 20.000 healthcare professionals across Europe, who dedicate themselves to the phenomena of acute and chronic pain syndromes.
Annual Scientific Meeting
Saturday 20th October 2018
UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT ABSTRACTS, FRIDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER 2018
This year’s ASM was held in the Bailey Allen Hall, NUI Galway. Thank you to all our sponsors and delegates who supported the meeting we look forward to seeing you all again next year.
Professor David Finn, IPS President, Dr Brona Fullen, Winner of the Clinical Research Prize & Mr Keith Donohue of Mundipharma who kindly sponsored the winner medals.
Professor David Finn, Ms Sarah Jarrin , Winner of the Non Clinical Research Prize & Mr Keith Donohue
Irish Pain Society Committee
L-r back row: Dr Michelle Roche, Dr Line Caes, Dr Brona Fullen, Past President Dr Hugh Gallagher, Treasurer, Ms Joanne O’Brien, new President, Dr Ray Victory, Past President, Prof Laserina O’Connor, IPS Secretary and Past President, Dr Tadhg Lynch.
L-r front row: Mr John Nealon, Dr Shelagh Wright, Prof David Finn, immediate past President, Ms Orla Doran, administrator.
Below is the second issue of our new IPS Newsletter.
We hope that you enjoy reading the latest edition of the newsletter and would welcome any feedback or suggestions for content that might be included in future issues.
Prof. David Finn