NeuPSIG Trainee Representative/Communications Officer

IASP's Special Interest Group on Neuropathic Pain (NeuPSIG) has a vacancy for one member to represent trainees. NeuPSIG aims to advance the understanding of mechanisms, assessment, prevention, and treatment of neuropathic pain. We have around 1,000 members from 75 countries. In addition to our flagship bi-annual World Congresses, we produce high quality state-of-the-art outputs on assessment, management, research and education. The Management Committee currently comprises 11 members, representing various disciplines and international regions, each with a specific role within the team. We are looking for an additional member to represent the interests of trainees, and to take responsibility for developing and implementing our communications strategy.

We’d like to hear from you if you are interested in this role. Applicants should be active in the field of neuropathic pain research or practice, with evidence of this in the form of peer-reviewed publications. You should be at an early stage in your academic and/or clinical career, enthusiastic, a member of IASP in good standing, and ideally also a member of NeuPSIG. The post is honorary but travel and accommodation for all Management Committee meetings will be covered.

On the following page you’ll be required to enter your contact information,  provide a brief summary (<200 words) as to why you would like to serve in this role, outline the strategies you will use to improve the communication between NeuPSIG and its members, and attach/upload your CV (2-page max).

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