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QPRN Members awarded by the Canadian Pain Society

Associate members:

Advancing research, education, and awareness of pain in Canada through advocacy, collaboration, and professional development. The Canadian Pain Society (CPS) aims to reduce the burden of chronic pain on individuals and society as a whole. Each year, the CPS honors important players in the field of pain research.

Congratulations to our members for the recognition of their involvement and impact!

Jacques Laliberté : receives the first person with lived experience leadership award
Arkady Khoutorsky : receives the early career award
Manon Choinière : receives the distinguished career award
Anaïs Lacasse : receives the outstanding pain mentorship award
Quebec Network of Junior Pain Investigators (QNJPI) : receives the pain awareness award