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Online paediatric chronic pain management: assessing the needs of UK adolescents and parents, using a cross-sectional survey

24th July 2020

A new OnlineFirst article of the British Journal of Pain Online paediatric chronic pain management: assessing the needs of UK ...

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Differences in adaptive and maladaptive psychosocial responses to chronic pain among adults with varying physical activity levels

21st July 2020

A new OnlineFirst article of the British Journal of Pain Differences in adaptive and maladaptive psychosocial responses to chronic pain ...

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Post-pandemic pain services: a new world

20th July 2020

A new OnlineFirst Article from the British Journal of Pain Post-pandemic pain services: a new world Paul Cameron British Journal ...

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The British Pain Society aims to promote education, training, research and development in all fields of pain. It endeavours to increase both professional and public awareness of the prevalence of pain and the facilities that are available for its management. The Society is involved in all aspects of pain and its management through the work of the Council, various Committees, Special Interest Groups and Working Parties and via its publications, Annual Scientific Meeting and educational seminars.

The British Pain Society has a membership of over 1,200 and is involved in all aspects of pain and its management through the work of the Council, Committees and Working Parties. Further information can be found within the About section.