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At the end of the Pain Registries SIG’s first webinar in October 2020, people listed priorities for the SIG to work on. Questions related to registry methodology were high on the list as well as the question of how to introduce registries to middle- and possibly low-income countries. As a result, this second SIG webinar will focus on both of these topics. Three of the talks will address topics related to methodology and one will address the question of how to set up registries in Low to Middle Income Countries.
Questions you might consider in preparation for the talk related to consenting on a definition of a Pain Registry.
- Which definition for a pain registry do you use in your own research?
- Is this definition sufficient for your needs OR do you think there is need for a different/updated/consented definition?
- Members of the SIG suggested that we should work towards preparing a consented definition for a Pain Registry. Do you agree that this is a priority for the SIG? Would you like to take part in this process?