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Pain in Europe XII Congress
April 27 @ 8:00 am – April 30 @ 5:00 pm
We are delighted to announce that registration for our upcoming Pain in Europe XII Congress – Targeting Pain and its Comorbidities in the Digital Age, is now OPEN!
We are hard at work planning for a big, on-site, live celebration of science and education in Dublin on the occasion of the first in-person gathering of the European pain community since 2019. Our #EFIC2022 scientific programme includes in-person meetings, interactions and round table discussions with speakers, poster presenters and peers.
Please know that we are taking all COVID-19 scenarios into consideration. While our main focus is on providing an in-person experience with all the great well-known features of an EFIC Congress, we offer both on-site and online registration options. Should your plans change make use of our flexible cancellation policy: Change your registration from in-person to online or vice versa on or before 15 February 2022. For further details please read the full registration terms and conditions.
We offer special accommodation rates for registered participants and will assist you to find a suitable hotel for your stay and handle your reservation. Please note that the prices of accommodation are not included in the registration fees. To find out more information about available accommodation, the hotels available can be found here.
Please note: According to Irish COVID-19 regulations, proof of Immunity (vaccinated or recovered status) for each adult must be checked at the event entrance to verify eligibility for participation.
Buy your ticket now and don’t miss out – meet us in Dublin on 27-30 April 2022!
If you are experiencing any issues at all with the registration process please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Discover more about the European Pain Federation:
The European Pain Federation EFIC is a non-profit organisation representing healthcare professionals in the fields of pain management and pain science.