22/23 September 2021
New Conference Location Announced
The National Acute Pain Symposium confirmed to take place at Warwick Conferences in September 2021
Latest News on #NAPS21
Delegate Registration Open for 2021
Special Programme for GP's Now Available
Wednesday 22 September 2021 from 2pm until 16.45pm
As part of our development of the NAPS Programme, we have introduced an afternoon dedicated to GP's addressing Acute Pain and Chronic Pain. This online session has been designed to help manage and address patient communication and provide a continued education in this specialised area of healthcare.
The session will also be recorded and will be available to view after the Symposium so practices can either engage live during the event or use the sessions as useful catch up opportunity.
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A Statement on NAPS 2021
The health and safety of all of our delegates for NAPS 21 is paramount and therefore, in line with current guidelines, there will be limited opportunities for delegates to attend in person, live at the event. As the situation with the pandemic evolves. we hope to be able to increase the numbers allowed to attend, but even if you cannot make it live, we have some great virtual options available and the chance to catch up with the content from the conference post event - so you can continue to make the most of the event and your education in Acute Pain to suit you and your Pain Teams.
Along with a change in start times and a programme format away from the usual schedule, we have also taken the decision to move the event to a great location, safe and secure at Warwick Conferences, a venue that has implemented exceptional measures with delegate well-being in mind.
It is our aim and intention to work with everyone involved in the programme this year to deliver the very best programme we can, and we promise to keep our site updated and our information transparent, so that delegates and stakeholders can make informed decisions about the event.