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Calling all GPs!

EFIC asks General Practitioners (GPs) to complete a short survey to shape the programme for the upcoming congress in 2022.
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The European Pain Federation EFIC is currently making efforts to involve GPs more in educational, advocacy and research activities. In order to encourage participation and, importantly, include the voice of GPs in the development of these projects, EFIC are inviting GPs to participate in a survey to gather insights into their educational needs in the field of pain.

The information gathered from the survey will help EFIC design the programme on pain management in primary care for the upcoming congress taking place in Dublin, Ireland in April 2022. In addition, the insights will provide direction for other activities such as the EFIC Academy.

To take part in the survey, please click the link. It should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.

As a reward for participation, 10 survey participants selected from a blind draw will be offered free registrations to the 2022 EFIC congress (either physical or virtual attendance) and free EFIC Academy membership, providing access to all of their online learning materials for a year.

 

 

  • References

    1. World Health Organization. WHO Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard. 2021. Available at: https://covid19.who.int. Accessed July 2021.

    2. Attal N, et al. Pain Rep. 2021;6:e884.