Abstracts of Roma Pain Days 2022
1Congress Chair, Paolo Procacci Foundation, Rome, Italy
DOI: 10.22514/sv.2022.063 Vol.18,Issue 5,September 2022 pp.145-171
Submitted: 25 July 2022 Accepted: 19 August 2022
Published: 08 September 2022
A good congress is always a mixing of an excellent scientific program, prepared by the Scientific Committee, and the “free communications” presented by some of the attendees. The COVID emergencies have contributed to rapidly modify the world of the scientific exchange of information and the presentation of the researches’ result by anyone interested in science evolution. In the past, the abstracts of lectures, posters and oral presentations were included in a volume that was distributed at the participants to the congress. That material had a clear destiny: a rapid oblivion.
Since the first edition, the organizers of the Roma Pain Days, which was already an “hybrid” congress, have tried to publicize much more the results of the many, many researchers willing to present their results to the large public. In fact, all the abstracts of the #RPD2021 were published in the Cureus Academic Channel of the Paolo Procacci Foundation, organizer of the congress - https://www.cureus.com/channels/ppf/abstracts. This year the Scientific Committee has decided to publish the abstracts on an indexed journal, agreeing with the GM of Signa Vitae (https://www.signavitae.com) to have all the accepted abstracts published by them. Signa Vitae is a growing and thrilling journal whose impact in the scientific world interested in Anesthesiology, Emergency, Intensive Care, and Pain Medicine is already well established. The Scientific Committee of the #RPD2022 and I thank the General Management of the journal for their kindness and generosity. I am more than sure that this will be of a mutual benefit for the researchers and the journal’s visibility. Ad majora for a future, increasing cooperation in favor of the science diffusion.
Giustino Varrassi. Abstracts of Roma Pain Days 2022. Signa Vitae. 2022. 18(5);145-171.
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