2021 has been named the Global Year About Back Pain. The aim of the Global Year is to help clinicians, scientists and the public understand the nature of back pain and the utility of available treatment modalities including special considerations in different populations, such as children and older adults.  Ultimately, the Global Year aims to provide useful, practical and relevant resources to assist a worldwide community in approaching the prevention and treatment of back pain. 

We invite you to submit your proposal for a webinar about back pain. 

Global Year webinars are generally one hour in length with 45 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes of live Q&A. There is a max of 4 presenters due to time constraints. We would appreciate if your proposal includes a moderator, but if you do not have one a member of the Global Year Task Force or an IASP staff member can serve as a moderator. 

All proposals submitted are subject to approval by the Global Year Task Force and IASP. Scheduling of the webinar is subject to availability. Please note that webinars that include presenters from different countries will be prioritized inline with IASP's efforts for international collaboration. 

2021 has been named the Global Year About Back Pain. The aim of the Global Year is to help clinicians, scientists and the public understand the nature of back pain and the utility of available treatment modalities including special considerations in different populations, such as children and older adults.  Ultimately, the Global Year aims to provide useful, practical and relevant resources to assist a worldwide community in approaching the prevention and treatment of back pain. We invite you to submit your resources related to back pain below for publication on the Global Year website. All resources submitted must be freely available. If you are submitting an event, the event information must be free to access although the event itself does not need to be free. All resources submitted are subject to approval by the Global Year Task Force and IASP.