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8th World Congress Of The World Institute Of Pain (WIP)
The World Institute of Pain (WIP) has chosen New York as the venue for its 8th World Congress. New York, the heart of the USA, proved in 2009 to be highly accessible to WIP's Congress participants. We look forward to delivering a dynamic educational program that fulfills the standards of scholarly excellence that our global network of pain professionals expect from WIP.
Through your support of the WIP World Congress, we truly realize our mission of bringing together the most recognized experts in the field of pain medicine throughout the world for the advancement and standardization of interventional pain practice and achievement of improved standards of care.
WIP's combined focus on participant-friendly yet intense educational activities has led to the development of novel interventional techniques for the management of pain. Concurrently, we have fostered consensus building amongst pain experts on the effectiveness of existing techniques and on avenues for further improvements in therapeutic performances. This is your chance to exchange knowledge and experiences with true pioneers of pain medicine from all over the world.
The Scientific Program Committee, Chaired by James P. Rathmell (USA), is preparing a dynamic program encompassing state-of-the-art, evidence-based, and best-practice-based Pain Medicine.
As always, New York's cultural opportunities, unique style, and iconic architecture create a dynamic and memorable experience.
We look forward to welcoming you to New York in 2016 for a very special pain conference - the 8th World Congress of the World Institute of Pain.
WHY SHOULD YOU PARTICIPATE?
• Demonstrate your company’s leadership in the field of pain
• Reach key thought leaders academic and industry researchers and clinicians
• Raise your company’s visibility in the field
• Exhibit and distribute your marketing and promotional materials
• Convene a corporate symposium
The World Institute of Pain® (WIP), founded in 1993, is an international institute for global advancement and standardization of physician education, training, and certification of pain physicians.
The biennial WIP World Congress, the preeminent summit on pain management, is the mainstay of the educational mission of WIP. Thousands of physicians who dedicate themselves to the phenomena of acute and chronic pain syndromes come together as both teachers and learners to contribute to the advancement of pain education and collaboration on clinical practice standards of excellence worldwide. Together, with our educational supporters representing top clinicians & scientists, medical device and pharmacologic industries, WIP brings together the most recognized experts in the field of pain medicine to exchange medical science, practical experience, and evidence-based techniques in the field of interventional pain management.
As a professional society, WIP also publishes a high impact scholarly journal, PAIN Practice; certifies physicians who meet the qualifications and competency standards for certification as Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice® and Certified Interventional Pain Sonologist; administers a recognition program for pain centers of excellence; and organizes and endorses annually a broad spectrum of regional and international symposia and hands-on workshops that promote the highest standards and techniques of interventional pain practice.
To learn more about WIP and how you can participate in our global mission, please visit our website or contact any Board member of WIP. â€‹
This is a biennial event.
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World Institute of Pain
145 Kimel Park Drive, Suite 208
Winston-Salem, NC 27103-6972
Mrs. Audrey Alloul
Mrs. Audrey Alloul
Participants by Professional Role:
59% Clinical Practitioner
13% Industry/Corporate Professional
9% Clinician Researcher
6% Resident/Research Fellow
5% Basic Science Researcher
World Institute of Pain (WIP)
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