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PRF Correspondents Program
Pain Research Forum wishes to congratulate the selected applicants for the PRF Correspondents Program at the 7th International Congress on Neuropathic Pain.
The selected applicants are:
Brenda Dyal, University of Florida, US
Luis Martin González-Gómez, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Liam Peck, University of Oxford, UK
Danielle Perro, University of Oxford, UK
Laura Pusey, University of Exeter, UK
Sumaiya Shaikh, Linköping University Hospital, Sweden
Nadia Soliman, Imperial College London, UK
About the PRF Correspondents Program
The purpose of this program is to provide students and early-career pain investigators with the knowledge and skills they need to communicate science effectively to a wide range of pain researchers and to patients and the broader public.
Working closely with the PRF editors, successful applicants gain valuable science communications experience by conducting interviews and podcasts with NeuPSIG speakers, writing summaries of lectures and scientific sessions, and producing other content.
All content generated by program participants will be published on the Pain Research Forum (http://www.painresearchforum.org) and RELIEF (relief.news), PRF’s companion site for the public.
By taking part in the PRF Correspondents program, participants will:
Develop their oral and written communications skills
Develop the ability to write for a wide range of pain researchers (PRF) and for patients and the wider public (RELIEF)
Learn how to effectively revise and edit their work
Generate content for publication on PRF and RELIEF
Disseminate knowledge of pain research to experts and non-experts alike