Latest news

18 December 2018

Pain common and increasin...

NZ Pain Research
Pain is an extremely common condition and increasing in prevalence in New Zealand, University of Ota...
18 December 2018

Honing in on the key ingr...

NZ Pain Research
The outlook for the one in five New Zealanders with persistent or chronic pain has the potential to ...
29 July 2018

Clinical guidelines for t...

In the media
These guidelines concern the diagnosis and management of patients with complex regional pain syndrom...
29 July 2018

NZPS Annual Scientific Me...

NZPS news
Call For Abstracts for NZPS 19 conference in Christchurch, March 7-10You are invited to submit an ab...
29 July 2018

Ethnic disparities in acc...

NZ Pain Research
Based on the media release from AUT on a recent article published in New Zealand Medical Journal tit...
29 July 2018

Health Research Council f...

NZ Pain Research
University of Otago researchers led by Professor Leigh Hale, School of Physiotherapy in Dunedin and ...
29 July 2018

Feedback sought on the FP...

NZPS news
The Faculty of Pain Medicine is currently seeking feedback for their pilot Position Statement on Pro...
28 July 2018

2018 is the Global Year o...

In the media
The theme of the 2018 Global Year for Excellence in Pain Education is “Bridging the gap between know...
17 May 2017

Professional Competencies

NZPS news
The New Zealand Pain Society was recently asked to clarify what profession specific qualifications w...
07 February 2017

2017 is the IASP's Global...

In the media
The 2017 IASP Global Year Against Pain After Surgery has several purposes:
09 December 2016

Medical Cannabis

NZPS news
Medicinal Cannabis has been the subject of much debate. The New Zealand Pain Society supports the Au...
14 January 2016

Press Release from IASP: ...

In the media
Initiative promotes better pain management through increased awareness