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INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF PAIN
 

The IASP brings together scientists, clinicians, health-care providers, and policymakers to stimulate and support the study of pain and translate that knowledge into improved pain relief worldwide.  
 
The Pain Society is grateful for the opportunity to share these resources with their permission.
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CANADIAN PAIN SOCIETY 
 

The Canadian Pain Society seeks to reduce the burden of pain and improve the health of Canadians.

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ATTENTION! This is a repository of information only.  
The Pain Society of Alberta does not provide any medical advice.  If you are seeking medical support, please contact your family physician or Health Link at 811. 

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Submit a Resource

Resources submitted must be science and evidence based, and embrace a bio-psycho-social-spiritual model of care.  Educational and or pain management resources for healthcare providers or patients will be considered, as long as they are not advertisements for products.  

ATTENTION!  The Pain Society of Alberta (PSA) does not endorse specific resources or their origin nor does it take responsibility for your clinical outcomes. This is simply a repository for your review. If you wish to extend an evidence-based resource, please fill out the form below. If it is appropriate for this website, it will be posted.

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Thank you for submitting your resource to the PSA. Our team will review the resource and post at their discretion.