Latest News

USASP and The Journal of Pain

The US Association for the Study of Pain along with the pain community has banded together to help USASP purchase The Journal of Pain, one of the highest impact factor journals in pain medicine. All members of  will now have access to the Journal of Pain with full member status. This includes access to all documents […]

From Evidence to Influence: Moving Children’s Pain Research Into Practice and Policy

Christine Chambers PhD, R.PSYCH is presenting “From Evidence to Influence: Moving Children’s Pain Research Into Practice and Policy” hosted by American Association of Pain Psychology on Thursday April 8, 2021 at 5 pm (PDT). Full details here: https://aapainpsychology.org/events/#!event/2021/4/8/from-evidence-to-influence-moving-children-8217-s-pain-research-into-practice-and-policy-presented-by-christine-chambers-phd-rpsych In the long run, the full potential of pain research can only be realized if it is […]

NAPNAP Annual Conference March 24-27, 2021

Register for the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners’ 42nd National Conference on Pediatric Health Care being hosted March 24-27. However, you don’t have to attend on those dates to benefit from our expert-developed continuing education in key topics. When you register by March 19, you will also have access to more than 80 high-quality, […]

CPS Tweet Chat – March 3, 2021

On March 3, 2021 from 7-8 pm (EST), SPPM along with SKIP and The Canadian Pain Society will be hosting a twitter chat to discuss The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health Commission on Pediatric Pain. A fantastic review of the paper was published by Dr. Amber Borucki for our society, can be reviewed HERE. Please […]

More Updates

Follow SPPM

SPPM Newsletter

Check out the latest edition of our newlsetter!