This bilingual and free initiative is inspired by TED-style presentations and aims to provide the audience with presentations focused on the field of pain. Speakers are asked to discuss controversies and advances in the field of pain.
As the event is now open to the public, the presenters aim to make the content of their conference as accessible as possible.
The speakers are made up of QNJPI students, recognized researchers in the field of pain, as well as patients suffering from chronic pain. With the exception of the researchers, all speakers are subject to a selection process following the submission of their application.
Every year, the event takes place in the different cities where the QNJPI members study. These location changes give the opportunity to different members of the network, from one year to the next, to be close to the event and to participate.
You can select tabs from previous years to view videos from past PAINtalks and have more information about each edition.
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