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2016-04-04 Publication: Open versus Laparoscopic Surgery

New PAIN OUT publication:

Open versus Laparoscopic Surgery: Does the Surgical Technique Influence Pain Outcome? Results from the PAIN OUT registry

by Renee Allvin, Narinder Rawal, Eva Johanzon and Ragnar Bäckström from Örebro, Sweden

2015-08-18 PAIN OUT meeting on EFIC congress

We kindly invite PAIN OUT and Quips partners as well as anyone interested to our PAIN OUT meeting on

efic 2015

Date: Thursday, 03 September 2015; 14:00 - 14:45 h
Place: Room 1, level 1- Congress Center Vienna

2015-07-14 PAINOUTinfant Symposium on Octobre, 2nd, 2015 in Berlin

Topic of the symposium is "Quality improvement in postoperative pain in pediatric patients".

Please download the program and details program.pdf

For registration, please write a mail to

2015-06-01 Second prize for euCPSP abstract at Euroanaesthesia2015

We are happy to congratulate Ulrike Stamer (Bern) on winning the second prize for her abstract on the PAIN OUT sub-project euCPSP.

2015-04-27 PAIN OUT is now an official ESA research group

2015-04-27 PAIN OUT Business Meeting at Euroanaeshesia on Sunday, 31 May from 14:00 to 16:00

ESA Research group on PAIN OUT will be having a meeting at the Congress in Berlin

Sunday, 31 May from 14:00 to 16:00, room M8 - Open for everyone!



  1. Latest findings from PAIN OUT: Risk Score for postoperative pain (Pogatzki), Pain and PONV (Stamer)
  2. Project news on PAIN OUT and PAIN OUTinfant: (Zaslansky)
  3. Light beats Pain: Discussion of an observational study protocol – open for interested sites (Meißner)
  4. User reports, Misc.


2015-03-11 NESA Days 2015

Highlights of the Program - NESA Days 2015

PAIN OUT cooperates with NESA (New European Surgical Academy). On NESA Days 2015 a talk on "Surgical technique and post operative pain" will be given by Prof. Meissner, coordinator of PAIN OUT. For more information, please go to:


2015-02-24 Euroanaesthesia Congress in Berlin

2014-07-09 Now 23 languages in PAIN OUT

With our latest addition of Icelandic, PAIN OUT is proud to have translated its validated patient outcomes questionnaire into 23 languages this month.