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Delivering evidence-based and inclusive pain education to professionals and people with lived experience.

UPCOMING EVENTS

1200 - 1500h | A Virtual Event

Delve into the complex world of pain management and explore innovative strategies to enhance the quality of life for individuals affected by chronic pain.

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Let's Talk About TMJ, Oral Health and Pain

06.28

Banff, AB

Come together to learn, share, and become inspired as we deliver evidence-based presentations to enhance your clinical practice.  Your participation during our event and always evolving dialogue continues to benefit clinical practices, supporters, and those who live with chronic pain in Alberta, and beyond. 

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Our 18th Annual Conference

10.17

18th Annual Conference

Register now as space is limited!

Our 2024 Art Award

Expressing pain experiences.

Painful Conversations

New pain podcast - Coming Soon

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Our Inagural Art Award

Delving deeper into the realm of understanding pain.  By harnessing the unique power of art, we offer Alberta artists a space to express the intricacies of pain, when words fall short. 

A reminder of our interconnectedness with each other, the land, and the ongoing process of reconciliation.​

The Pain Society of Alberta respectfully acknowledges that our offices, board, administration, and volunteers are situated on the traditional lands of the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples. We recognize and honor their resilience and continued existence, which serve as a reminder of our Treaty obligations and relationships.

As we convene to discuss matters related to healthcare, pain management, and well-being, we remember that the pain experienced by Indigenous communities goes beyond physical sensations, encompassing the pain of historical injustices, loss, and ongoing struggles. It is our responsibility to listen, learn, and work toward a more inclusive and equitable society, where all individuals have access to quality healthcare and support.
 

Let us acknowledge this land's original caretakers with gratitude and humility, and commit ourselves to building relationships based on understanding, collaboration, and shared prosperity. May we strive to honor the spirit of these treaties and contribute to the collective healing and growth of our communities.

The Pain Society of Alberta respectfully acknowledges that our offices, board, administration, and volunteers are situated on the traditional lands of the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples. We recognize and honor their resilience and continued existence, which serve as a reminder of our Treaty obligations and relationships. ​ As we convene to discuss matters related to healthcare, pain management, and well-being, we remember that the pain experienced by Indigenous communities goes beyond physical sensations, encompassing the pain of historical injustices, loss, and ongoing struggles. It is our responsibility to listen, learn, and work toward a more inclusive and equitable society, where all individuals have access to quality healthcare and support. Let us acknowledge this land's original caretakers with gratitude and humility, and commit ourselves to building relationships based on understanding, collaboration, and shared prosperity. May we strive to honor the spirit of these treaties and contribute to the collective healing and growth of our communities.

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Stay informed and up to date on our many educational events.

Excellence in Pain Education at our 18th Annual Conference

Join us October 17-19 at the Rimrock in Banff, AB.   

Leading experts and innovators converge to explore the future of pain care and management.   

Pain education and support is an immense, under-serviced, and intimidating specialty. The lack of timely access to affordable, quality healthcare exacerbates the burden of pain, widening the gaps between providers and individuals with lived experience.


Recognizing the significant impact this has on individuals and their communities, The Pain Society of Alberta provides a platform that celebrates innovation, promotes continuous learning, and empowers change.

The Pain Society of Alberta

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