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The APS offers an important forum for interested health care workers to discuss the increasingly complex issues relating to the management of pain. Your active participation will give you the opportunity to develop valuable professional contacts.
The newsletter of the Australian Pain Society is published ten times each year and offers clinical notes from meetings attended by members around the world, administrative and organisational news, together with a calendar of events.
The Public Listing of APS members can be found under the "Resources" menu. The listing is optional. Each member selects whether to be included and how much information to display. The listing can be sorted geographically, alphabetically and by discipline group, and can include a members' public or private pain practice details.
Lists multidisciplinary pain services, with a classification level, by state. Includes a separate listing for Paediatric pain services.
Our collegues at the Faculty of Pain Medicine (FPM) have generously extended a 20% discount to APS members for their "Better Pain Management Pain education for professionals" modules. Accessible via the Members Only area of the website.
In addition to the official APS social media channels, the "APS Member Conversations" Facebook page provides further opportunities to connect with APS colleagues, share new learnings, encourage mentoring and generally chat about all things pain-related.
PhD Scholarship and Grants Program
The Australian Pain Society allows and supports the formation of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) via Article 28 of the society consitution. Membership of SIGs is open to full APS members.
As a national chapter of the IASP, the Australian Pain Society has representation at international allied health care organisations, offering access to worldwide information on pain treatment. The Australian Pain Society has increasing input into Australian Government health issues.
Colleagues and patients recognise you as a member of a distinguished body of investigators and clinicians.
Annual Membership Certificates are supplied electronically and may be printed and displayed by members.
As further recognition of your membership and commitment to the Australian Pain Society, the Board supports the use of the specific words "Current Member of the APS" on members business cards.