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18th World Congress on Pain

Save the date to the 18th World Congress of Pain!

Amsterdam is a sought-after destination for attendees. It is a meeting point for all different cultures around the world and has a welcoming attitude towards visitors. Well known for its museums, canals, coffee shops, restaurants, and nightlife, Amsterdam offers something for everyone. Join us in 2020!

The call for Topical Workshop Proposals will open in August 2019.

Please contact Sarah Wheeler, Director of Global Industry Engagement sarah.wheeler@iasp-pain.org  with inquiries about Exhibits and Support. For more Information visit the site of IASP.

Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Save the date to the 18th World Congress of Pain!
Amsterdam is a sought-after destination for attendees. It is a meeting point for all different cultures around the world and has a welcoming attitude towards visitors. Well known for its museums, canals, coffee shops, restaurants, and nightlife, Amsterdam offers something for everyone. Join us in 2020!
The call for Topical Workshop Proposals will open in August 2019.
Please contact Sarah Wheeler, Director of Global Industry Engagement sarah.wheeler@iasp-pain.org  with inquiries about Exhibits and Support. For more Information visit the site of IASP.
18th World Congress on Pain 08/04/2020 08/08/2020 SIP platform

Save the date to the 18th World Congress of Pain!

Amsterdam is a sought-after destination for attendees. It is a meeting point for all different cultures around the world and has a welcoming attitude towards visitors. Well known for its museums, canals, coffee shops, restaurants, and nightlife, Amsterdam offers something for everyone. Join us in 2020!

The call for Topical Workshop Proposals will open in August 2019.

Please contact Sarah Wheeler, Director of Global Industry Engagement sarah.wheeler@iasp-pain.org  with inquiries about Exhibits and Support. For more Information visit the site of IASP.

18th World Congress on Pain
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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