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Global Year

Global Year Against Neuropathic Pain is a year-long initiative (October 2014-October 2015) designed to raise international awareness of pain. Articles published in PAIN in 2015 related to Neuropathic Pain will be marked with an indicator and added to the Neuropathic Pain Collection.

 

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From IASP Press

Abdominal and Pelvic Pain: From Definition to Best Practice

Bert Messelink, Andrew Baranowski, and John Hughes

Looking for authoritative guidance on the current science and management of abdominal, pelvic, and visceral pain?

Postoperative Pain: Science and Clinical Practice

Oliver Wilder-Smith, Lars Arendt-Nielsen, David Yarnitsky, and Kris C.P. Vissers

Here is comprehensive up-to-date coverage of basic and clinical research into the management of persistent pain after surgery.

Fordyce's Behavioral Methods for Chronic Pain and Illness

Chris J. Main, Francis J. Keefe, Johan W.S. Vlaeyen, and Kevin E. Vowles

Nearly 40 years after its original publication, one of the most influential texts on pain management is available again in a unique and enhanced edition.

Visit IASP eBooks online to view the entire catalog of books available.

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ISSN: 0304-3959

Online ISSN: 1872-6623

Frequency: 12 per year

Ranking: 2nd out of 29/Anesthesiology
12th out of 194/Clinical Neurology
31st out of 251/Neurosciences

Impact Factor: 5.836

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World Congress on Pain

Mark your calendar for the 16th World Congress on Pain, September 26 — 30, 2016