The Toronto Summer Institute in Pain is a 5-day high intensity pain training program. It provides opportunities for trainees to interface with researchers, clinicians, educators and patients through a series of lectures, panel discussions, small group work and interactive workshops.
The program is organized around a different central theme each year and is attended by 30 national and international graduate students, post doctoral fellows and clinical trainees. This year's theme is "The Brain Behing The Pain: From Neural Coding to the Patient Experience"
The 41st Annual Shields Research Day, which was schedule for May 8, 2020 and has been postponed until November 11, 2020. We will host the first-ever virtual Shields Day.