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ASM FAQs

Q: Who should attend the Meeting?
A: All healthcare professionals involved in the management and understanding of pain including doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychologists, occupational therapists and scientists.

Q: Do you have to be a member of the British Pain Society to attend the Meeting?
A: No. The meeting is open to both members and non-members but membership does guarantee advanced notification of the Meeting and a reduced registration fee.

Q: Does the Society offer financial support to delegates?
A: Yes. Financial support towards registration, travel and accommodation is available to fully paid-up member of the British Pain Society in the form of bursary. Priority will be given to those submitting a poster and those on a lower salary or where no other source of funding is available. Bursary forms are available on request from the Secretariat.

Q: How many participants attend the Meeting?
A: For the last few years around 600 participants have attended the Meeting per year.

Q: Can one author submit more than one poster?
A: Yes. There is no limit to the number of posters submitted.

Q: Does the Meeting attract CPD points?
A: Yes. The British Pain Society is a recognised provider of CPD points by the Royal College of Anaesthetists. All delegates are provided with certificates of attendance. The ASM attracts 13.5 points.

Q: How can I find out more information regarding the forthcoming Meeting?
A: Send your details to The British Pain Society Secretariat and we will ensure that up to date information is sent to you as and when it is released. Alternatively to view the latest announcement click here.

 

 
 

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