Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism in Pain SIG


Calia A. Morais, PhD
Elizabeth Losin, PhD
The University of Alabama at Birmingham University of Miami


The Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism (DIA) in Pain SIG is a community of US-ASP members invested in researching, serving and advocating for equity and inclusivity across the pain continuum. The members of the SIG are enthusiastic about being part of a community that cares about topics that are not typically discussed in other spaces.  

Mission: Our mission is to provide USASP members with the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation, self-reflection, collaboration, and information dissemination about diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism across the pain continuum and promote affirmative practices that address the needs and challenges faced by marginalized, minoritized, and diverse populations.   


USASP Committee and Special Interest Group Leadership Official Guidelines