We are excited about entering the brave new world of social media and hope our members follow, like, share and comment regularly.

We’d love to connect with you on twitter, facebook, youtube, and of course here in our comments.

We’ll be using the blog to share up to date snippets of what’s going on in the world of pain. News from our special interest groups, pain self management stories, special interviews and the latest information about our upcoming conference in Hobart.

If you’d like to follow us there, the conference hashtag is #aps2014.

We would also like to tell what we have planned for 2014:

  • Many of you will have already touched base with our new online membership system, phase 2 features will be implemented during the year
  • Strategic projects to update our Position Statements have already commenced and are due for release mid year
  • The conference will feature for the first time discipline specific forums
  • Improving our connectivity with our diverse membership

We hope you have a productive 2014 and engage with us through our new networks.

If you have any news you would like us to share here, please send it to Tracy at the Secretariat aps@apsoc.org.au

Hogg_Malcolm_19MAR13_DSC_0947_smallWe’d love to hear from you.

Malcolm Hogg

President, Australian Pain Society

About Australian Pain Society

The Australian Pain Society is a multidisciplinary body aiming to relieve pain and related suffering through leadership in clinical practice, education, research and public advocacy.

2 responses »

  1. Heidi Allen says:

    Whooo Hooo! New blog looks great! Looking forward to your news. Will you be adding updates from the conference here also?

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