2015 EFIC Congress: Pain in Europe IX
The European Pain Federation EFIC® held the 7th biennial congress, “Pain in Europe VIII” in Vienna, Austria from 2-5th September 2015.
The European Pain Federation EFIC® wishes to thank all Congress participants, lecturers, exhibitioners, Kenes and Reed Messe Wien, the Scientific Program Committee, the Local Organizing Committee (Chair Hans-Georg Kress, Vice-chair-Christian Lampl , and members: Günther Bernatzky, Josef Donnerer, Gabriele Grögl-Aringer , Rudolf Likar, Jürgen Osterbrink , Jürgen Sandkühler, Andreas Schlager), RAM Consulting GmbH, and many others who contributed to the successful congress which we can now add to our list of major events.
An overall overview on the 8th European Pain Federation EFIC® Congress can be found here.
To view the scientific programme of the 8th European Pain Federation EFIC® Congress, please click here. Click on the link on the page to view the scientific program which will open on the iPlanner for the congress. Select the date to view the different sessions which took place on a particular day. To view available abstracts, select the session you are interested in and select the abstract.
Posters from the exhibition at the 2015 European Pain Federation EFIC® congress can be found here: http://f1000research.com/channels/EFIC.
Pictures from the 2015 European Pain Federation EFIC® congress will follow soon.
Abstracts EFIC Pain in Europe IX
Austrian National Library Book Adoption Campaign
During the 2015 Congress European Pain Federation EFIC® showed its support for the Austrian National Library by joining the ‘ Book Adoption Campaign’. This campaign helps to maintain and preserve unique and valuable objects of the Library. The donation is used strictly for conservation treatment to help preserve the Cultural Treasury of Austria for future generations.
Pictured below is The President of the European Pain Federation EFIC® Dr. Chris Wells receiving a certificate for the book ‘De Dolore Libre’ written by Simon Porzio by the Director General of the Austrian National Library Dr. Johanna Rachinger.