International Forum on Pediatric Pain (IFPP)
11th International Forum on Pediatric Pain
October 12 – 15, 2017
White Point Beach Resort, Nova Scotia
Engaging for Impact
At this meeting you will experience a multidisciplinary, stimulating, and educational lecture series led by an international panel of invited speakers. We will also bring together scientists and clinicians from around the world to present poster abstracts on the most cutting edge pediatric pain research.
Previous IFPP Conferences & IFPP Publications
The International Forum on Pediatric Pain began in 1996, organized by the faculty of the Centre for Pediatric Pain Research. They hoped to create a multidisciplinary, stimulating, and educational workshop with researchers from around the world. Since then, each Forum has brought together scientists and clinicians for plenary lectures, interactive workshops, and peer-reviewed poster sessions. Held at White Point Beach Resort, IFPP offers a quaint, relaxed atmosphere which allows for networking between colleagues and sharing of current research in all areas of pediatric pain.
10th International Forum on Pediatric Pain (2011)
One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Personalized Approaches to Pediatric Pain Management (October 1-4th, 2015)
9th International Forum on Pediatric Pain (2013)
Current trends in acute and procedural pain management in children (October 3-6th, 2013)
Click here to download the IFPP Schedule 2013
Supplementary Materials for 2013 Delegates
Some of our presenters have made talk materials available online for 2013 delegates. Please click below to access the materials. Contact the author directly with any questions.
Ran Goldman, MD: Pain in the Pediatric Emergency – Tips and Tricks from the Trenches (Slides)
8th International Forum on Pediatric Pain (2011)
New concepts in complex and recurrent pain (October 13-16th, 2011)
7th International Forum on Pediatric Pain (2008)
The proceedings our meeting on Pain Measurement in Children was summarized in a special issue of the journal, Pain Research and Management [McGrath, P.J., Latimer, M., Finley, G.A., & Chambers, C.T. (2009). Editorial: Measurement of pain in children. Pain Research & Management, 14, 11.]. The abstracts and articles can be downloaded by clicking here.
Previously, our Centre published a series of books summarizing the proceedings of our meetings. You can learn more about these books, including how to order copies, by clicking here.