The benefits of membership
Over 1.200 healthcare professions are already valuing the benefits of being a member of The British Pain Society. You can too!
Members tell us that the number one reason why they join the Society is to part of a multidisciplinary community. Through a wide range of disciplines of members, we provide facilities and opportunities for networking and education in pain and its management. It's also the number one reason as to why our Members stay!
For information on how to apply click HERE.
In addition, Members also benefit from:
You will receive a free copy of the Society’s quarterly Newsletter Pain News, which provides information on a range of pain related issues. Contributions are encouraged from British Pain Society members.
British Journal of Pain
You will receive a free copy of the Society's peer-reviewed quarterly publication British Journal of Pain.
Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM)
You will receive advanced notification of the Society’s ASMs and will be entitled to discounts on registration fees and further reductions for booking early.
Study Days/Education Days
You will receive advanced notification of the Society’s Study Days and Education Days and will be entitled to discounts on registration fees.
Grants & Awards
Entitlement to apply for the Society’s grants and awards is exclusive to the members of the Society. These include the Clulow Research Grant, Patrick Wall Overseas Travel Bursary, ASM bursary, Study Day bursary and the IASP World Congress Travel bursary.
You may join any of the Society’s Special Interest Groups free of charge.
The British Pain Society can facilitate contact with other members of the Society, currently over 1,400. A mailing list facility (adhesive mailing labels) is available free of charge to members for non commercial purposes i.e. research projects.
European Journal of Pain
You are entitled to receive a complimentary electronic copy of the European Journal of Pain. In order to receive your complimenary copy please register online here
Then you can access the EJP via the link once you have logged in. In future you'll need to access the jounal via this page.
EFIC Pain Schools
Members of the British Pain Society may put forward applications to attend EFIC Pain Schools.
To become a member click HERE