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POSTPONED: 10th World Congress of World Institute of Pain (WIP)

Due to the current situation in Italy, the WIP Executive Board has decided to postpone the World Congress in Rome. The new dates of the congress will be 26-29th August 2020.

For a quarter of a century WIP has been a beacon for physicians seeking advanced knowledge and skills in pain medicine for the purpose of alleviating and eradicating chronic pain conditions through interventional techniques. Founded by medical trailblazers, including the late Prithvi Raj who inspired and continues to inspire generations of pain professionals, WIP is the preeminent network of medical and scientific professionals whose principal aims are both to learn and to teach others about evidence-based and state-of-the-art techniques encompassing interventional pain practice.

Through the WIP World Congress, the global network of pain physicians participate in the comprehensive, multidisciplinary exchange of clinical and scientific expertise that is essential to revolutionizing universal standards for clinical pain practice. By influencing optimal care pathways on a global scale, physicians achieve better pain management outcomes for their patients.

WIP aims to deliver another dynamic educational program that fulfills the standards of scholarly excellence that our global network of pain professionals and industry partners expect.

The WIP World Congress encompasses participant-friendly, consensus-building, powerful educational curricula that have led to the development of innovative interventional techniques for the management of pain. With your participation and exchange with world-renowned experts in pain medicine, together we are achieving advancements and standardizations of the effectiveness of existing techniques and on avenues for further improvements in therapeutic performances.

Location: The Rome Marriott Park Hotel, Via Colonnello Tommaso Masala, 54 Rome 00148 Italy

Due to the current situation in Italy, the WIP Executive Board has decided to postpone the World Congress in Rome. The new dates of the congress will be 26-29th August 2020.
For a quarter of a century WIP has been a beacon for physicians seeking advanced knowledge and skills in pain medicine for the purpose of alleviating and eradicating chronic pain conditions through interventional techniques. Founded by medical trailblazers, including the late Prithvi Raj who inspired and continues to inspire generations of pain professionals, WIP is the preeminent network of medical and scientific professionals whose principal aims are both to learn and to teach others about evidence-based and state-of-the-art techniques encompassing interventional pain practice.
Through the WIP World Congress, the global network of pain physicians participate in the comprehensive, multidisciplinary exchange of clinical and scientific expertise that is essential to revolutionizing universal standards for clinical pain practice. By influencing optimal care pathways on a global scale, physicians achieve better pain management outcomes for their patients.
WIP aims to deliver another dynamic educational program that fulfills the standards of scholarly excellence that our global network of pain professionals and industry partners expect.
The WIP World Congress encompasses participant-friendly, consensus-building, powerful educational curricula that have led to the development of innovative interventional techniques for the management of pain. With your participation and exchange with world-renowned experts in pain medicine, together we are achieving advancements and standardizations of the effectiveness of existing techniques and on avenues for further improvements in therapeutic performances.

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