Dear friends and Colleagues,
Greetings from the Organizing Committee of SARPS Congress 2014, Ahmedabad!
It gives us immense pleasure to extend a warm and cordial invitation to you all to participate in 7th SARPS Congress hosted by a team of Pain Specialists from Ahmedabad on 22nd to 24th August 2014. This Conference will be hosted in the sprawling beautiful campus of GCS Medical College, Ahmedabad.
“Pain: Reduce! Relieve!! Remove!!!” is the theme for SARPS 2014. Pain medicine is comparatively young but a fast evolving science;however, recently, it has rapidly gained acceptability as an essential and independent specialty in the West as well as in SAARC countries. In keeping with these rapid strides, it is essential to translate the scientific advances to our day-to-day practice of interventional pain management which should be efficient as well as cost effective to the people of SAARC countries. During this conference, we shall endeavour to focus on all the aspects of Prevention, Treatment and Total Cure in the subject of Pain Management. Eminent National and International Faculty will serve as distinguished faculty for the Conference and cover broad perspectives in the management Cancer Pain, Neuropathic Pain and Interventional techniques. We will try to provide a scientific treat that will improve both scientific knowledge and clinical skills in Pain Management.
About Ahmedabad, it is a fast growing megacity in the Gujarat State of India located on the bank of Sabarmati. Initially known as “Karnavati”, it was reamed as Ahmedabad in the 15th century. In the 19th century, Ahmedabad was known as the "Manchester of the East", due to its textile industry. The Indian independence movement developed roots in the city when Mahatma Gandhi, after returning from Africa in 1915, established Satyagraha Ashram on the banks of the Sabarmati which became centre of nationalist activities till 1930. The climate in Ahmedabad would be pleasant during the month August.
We request you to join and enrich this conference by contributing your valuable scientific inputs and make it a grand success. In all, we aim to offer you an enjoyable and informative experience in SARPS 2014 which we sincerely hope will change your entire outlook towards general pain practice.
Once again we welcome you to SARPS 2014.