Latest News & Timeline


September 2016


The federal and provincial governments provides $4.7 million for project
construction of the new Chan Gunn Pavilion.




Gunn IMS is highlighted heavily throughout this publication series


Reversibility of Chronic Degenerative Disease and Hypersensitivity, Volumes 1-5
William J Rea and Kalpana Patel
CRC Press 2010 - 2017

READ MORE... "Reversibility"


July 2016

Chan Gunn Pain Center - Penang, Malaysia
Pusat gunn ims & Fisioterapi
Opening Ceremony July 27, 2016


Opening Ceremony July 27, 2016


June 2016
 
UBC Sports Medicine Chan Gunn Pavilion


UBC Construction Watch



May 2016


Thirty First Annual 2016 Gunn Loke Lecture

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

University of Washington (map)


Daniel Clauw, MD Dr. Clauw is a Professor of Anesthesiology, Medicine (Rheumatology) and Psychiatry at the University of Michigan. He serves as Director of the Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center at the University of Michigan. He is very interested in nervous system mechanisms of myofascial pain.
Speaker Profile

       

April 2016


Poole Foundation provides million-dollar gift for research and rehabilitation gym


The University of British Columbia’s future sports and exercise medicine centre will include a state-of-the-art gym, 

thanks to a $1-million donation from the Jack and Darlene Poole Foundation.


Media Release



August 2015

New release of the Gunn IMS Needling Manual now available for purchase
Order Book

July 2015

A new home for sports medicine, with help from a pioneering physician

UBC Medicine Magazine
ISSUU Flipbook - see page 23

March 2015

Pain relief pioneer donates $5 million for new UBC sport and exercise medicine centre
Brian Kladko - UBC Faculty of Medicine 
UBC website         
Print PDF

 
Vancouver doctor donates $5 million to UBC for sports medicine
5M Donation Powers UBC Plan - news article with video
Tiffany Crawford - Vancouver Sun 
News Article                Print PDF

March 2014

The Gunn IMS training program hosted by UBC became eligible for Main-Pro-M1 credits 
with the 
College of Family Physicians of Canada.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
















September 2013


2013 saw a new portal launched to help manage our growing membership
and
to publish the new iSTOP International Member Directory


April 2013

Spring of 2013 saw significant turnover "leaf" of events.
Research and teaching role was endowed to the Medical Faculty of the University of British Columbia, Department of Sports Medicine.

UBC Gunn IMS


2013 also saw the closure of the iSTOP patient care clinic.
iSTOP moved its operations to an office setting and changed it's function as a membership and information entity.


2011


UBC Medicine - The Magazine of the UBC Faculty of Medicine

Volume 7 No. 2 Fall 2011 Page 5

The Giving Tree - Philanthropy’s power to create better health


Focus on Philanthropy - a pioneer in pain management taps UBC to promote his cure


2005


Dr Gunn is featured in The BC Almanac Book of Greatest British Columbians, 'a spirited celebration of the people who built the province'.

'Full of historical sidebars, anecdotes, illustrations and archival photographs'.

The BC Almanac Book of Greatest British Columbians

by Mark Forsythe & Greg Dickson

1-55017-368-5 • 200 pp • October 2005


Harbour Publishing


1996


Corporate Name Change


“Institute for the Study of Soft Tissue and Other Pains” 
became

“The Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain”

October 1994


iSTOP was founded in 1994 under the name “Institute for the Study of Soft Tissue and Other Pains.”

The organization was registered with Revenue Canada as a Charitable Organization



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