The South Thames Acute Pain Group (STAPG) was founded by a small group of enthusiastic anaesthetists in 1995. STAPG encompasses all practitioners (medical, nursing and other allied health professionals) who are actively engaged in Acute Pain Management. All the hosts are volunteers who add the conference organising to their already heavy workload.
The STAPG committee organises an annual conference usually in the first two weeks of November, which is hosted by different Trusts.
The annual conference is open to all staff involved in acute pain management and we welcome attendees from the region as well as outside and from abroad. The purpose of the conference is to provide a forum for the wider dissemination of information on acute pain management.
The STAPG’s Annual General Meeting takes place during the annual conference and all attendees are invited to attend.
Conference Travel Bursary
As part of its charitable activities the South Thames Acute Pain Group’s travel bursary is available for attendance at international meetings. Anyone wishing to be considered for a bursary should submit an application form to the committee, stating the name of the meeting, their reason for attendance, the financial support they require and submit this to Inge Bateman, STAPG, via email: email@example.com
STAPG will manage the information submitted by attendees lawfully in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):
- STAPG will hold the personal data submitted by attendees when applying for a conference place which will be used solely for organisation and evaluation of STAPG conferences – i.e. to record payment and formulate attendance lists.
- Data will be stored on encrypted drives.
- STAPG will store e-information from the point of registration and for no longer than 12 months following the conference, with the exception of attendees with out-standing fees.
STAPG may be required to provide conference sponsors with a list of attendees which will include names, titles and places of work: contact details will not be disclosed.