Proposals for British Pain Society publications
The British Pain Society aims to produce contemporary
guidance, supported by available evidence, on clinical and other
Topic proposals for British Pain Society publications
usually originate from a member of Council or a SIG chairman. There
is no limit to the number of publications the Society produces each
year, but part of the Communications Committee consideration process
will include determining when the working party can begin work.
If the lead/Working Party Chair is not a member of Council, a Council
liaison will be appointed to ensure that the publication progresses
according to the timescale. The lead should not formally invite
collaboration from any organisation prior to obtaining approval
from Council. The process should include a wide consultation process.
The lead must complete a British Pain Society publication
and submit it to the Chair of the Communications Committee,
Prof. Nick Allcock, by post to The British Pain Society, Third
Floor, Churchill House, 35 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4SG
or by email to email@example.com.
The Communications Committee will vet the proposals and submit
to Council for ratification at a Council meeting.
For dates of the forthcoming Council meetings, please click here.