In this issue of the digital version of the Scandinavian Journal of Pain we publish the abstracts presented at a successful annual congress of SASP in Aalborg, Denmark, April 27–28, 2017. Sixty three abstracts were presented by SASP-members and other pain researchers, representing the interest and competency of both basic science and clinical pain researchers in the Nordic countries. The abstracts indicate an increase in the understanding of pain-mechanisms, and improvements in evidence-based management of our many patients suffering from both acute and chronic pain.The topics of this year’s meeting, which was held in collaboration with the Danish IASP Chapter, were Neuroplasticity and Post-operative Pain. For the fourth time, a one-day PhD course was held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting, and the SASP travel grant was awarded for the third time. The grant recipient of 2017 was Francesca Fardo, congratulations!Many thanks to the meeting organizers, scientific committee, speakers, sponsors, and meeting attendees at the Aalborg meeting. The 2018 Annual SASP Meeting will take place in Finland. Further information will be provided at www.sasp.org and on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/newSASP/
Scandinavian Journal of Pain – de Gruyter
Published: Dec 29, 2017
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