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Abstracts of Roma Pain Days 2023

  • Giustino Varrassi1,*,

1Congress Organization, Paolo Procacci Foundation, Rome, Italy

DOI: 10.22514/sv.2023.040 Vol.19,Issue 4,July 2023 pp.223-262

Submitted: 04 May 2023 Accepted: 29 May 2023

Published: 08 July 2023

*Corresponding Author(s): Giustino Varrassi E-mail: g.varrassi@fondazioneprocacci.org

Abstract

The third edition of the Roma Pain Days (#RPD23) has shown the great interest existing on pain medicine and on education in this difficult, challenging part of the every day clinical practice. As anyone may observe, the scientific program has expanded its interests. This is also the case with the number of abstract submitted. It is significantly increased, compared to last year.

The #RPD23 is still an “hybrid” congress, and again the Scientific Committee has tried to collect and diffuse much more the results of the many, many researchers willing to present their results to the large public. Also this year the abstracts are published on Signa Vitae, an indexed open access journal (https://www.signavitae.com). All the accepted abstracts will be published immediately before the congress visible and downloadable in the website. 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 #RPD23 thank the General Management of the journal for their kindness and generosity. We are more than sure that this will be of a mutual benefit for the researchers and the journal’s visibility. Ad maiora for a future, increasing cooperation in favor of the science diffusion, and of the Pain Medicine.


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