WE PROMOTE RESEARCH IN BACK PAIN
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The Society for Back Pain Research aims to promote the study of pain in the spine. The Society stimulates research into the causes, prevention and treatment of back pain by providing interdisciplinary meetings for those involved in such research to present, discuss and disseminate the results of their work.
We are a group of researchers and clinicians who are interested in research in all aspects of back pain.
Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland
13th and 14th June 2024
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There are around 100 members of the Society, and our members include many of those involved in research in the field of back pain, including clinicians, surgeons, basic scientists, research methodologists and representatives from patient organisations and charities.
The Society for Back Pain Research was formed in 1971 to promote the study of all clinical and scientific aspects of spinal pain, including the neck, and to encourage research into its causes, treatment and prevention.
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Your contact details will be used for communicating with you about your membership of SBPR and related societies' news and activities via The United Kingdom Spine Societies Board (UKSSB) (http://www.ukssb.com/). They will not be used for general marketing purposes or shared with additional third parties.
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Our Data Protection officer is Deb McStrafick, SBPR Executive Assistant.
Should you wish to have your personal information removed from the Society you should contact Deb McStrafick.