Paediatric pain specific activities and organisations

Below are a wide range of paediatric pain specific activities or organisations that could be interesting for trainees/students to engage with!

Pain in Child Health is a research training initiative which aims to cultivate a tight-knit community of scientists and trainees dedicated to learning and informing changes in practice to minimize pain and suffering of children around the globe. To learn more about PICH, you can watch the short YouTube video below or visit . Importantly, aimed at trainees of all levels (i.e., undergraduate students, master’s students, PhD Students, Postdoctoral Fellows) PICH organises regular webinars, mentorship and in person PICH2GO educational and networking events. For more details on these activities, please visit

The Center for Pediatric Pain, Palliative and Integrative Medicine has a Global Lecture Series. As part of this series a monthly seminar takes place that is open for anyone to attend, but registration is required. 


The Asian Society of Paediatric Anaesthetists Paediatric Pain Special Interest Group (ASPA PPSIG): PPSIG – Asian Society of Paediatric Anaesthesiologists has quarterly webinars on paediatric pain management in the Asian region. This group draws our speakers from the Asian region, so not much on research, more clinical work, but likely applicable to many LMIC or low resourced areas.