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Manchester ASM 2014

Scientific Programme

Tuesday 29th April
10:15-10:30 Welcome
Dr William Campbell, President of the British Pain Society
Professor Gary Macfarlane, Chair of the Scientific Programme Committee
10:30-11:10 British Pain Society Lecture - Plenary Session 1
Pain treatment is a human right, yet pain relief is often inadequate: how do we resolve the paradox? Professor Sir Michael Bond
11:10-11:40 Coffee Break: Technical and Poster Exhibition in the Exhibition Hall
11:40-13:10 Parallel Sessions A1-A6
A1: Commissioning one year on – where next?
A2: Neurological assessment of neuropathic pain (Neuropathic Pain SIG)
A3: Competency guidelines for physiotherapists working in pain management
A4: Beyond problematic pain: shared decision making (Primary & Community Care SIG)
A5: MDT for chronic pain management: rationale and relevance (Pain Management Programmes and Interventional Pain Medicine SIGs)
A6: Practising pain management overseas – ethical challenges (Pain in Developing Countries and Philosophy & Ethics SIGs)
13:10-14:10 Lunch: Technical and Poster Exhibition in the Exhibition Hall
14:10-14:40

Plenary Session 2
Postoperative pain – what are the future challenges? Professor Henrik Kehlet

14:50-15:30 Poster Viewing Session – Plenary Session 3
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break: Technical and Poster Exhibition in the Exhibition Hall
16:00-17:30 Parallel Sessions B1-B6
B1: Visceral pain – pathophysiology and management
B2: What is new in neuromodulation for chronic pain?
B3: Practicum on presentation: the skill of communication
B4: Multimodal simulation-based teaching in pain medicine
B5: Effective reassurance for patients with musculoskeletal pain
B6: From hospital to home: managing pain after discharge (multi-SIG collaboration)
1. The human element - how to effect a better discharge (part 1 of the 3-part workshop)

Wednesday 30th April
09:15-10:00 Coffee Break: Technical and Poster Exhibition in the Exhibition Hall
10:05-10:45 Patrick Wall Lecture - Plenary Session 4
Gain control mechanisms of pain sensitivity. Professor Rolf-Detlef Treede
10:45-12:05 Trainee Poster Prize Presentations - Plenary Session 5
12:05-13:00 Lunch: Technical and Poster Exhibition in the Exhibition Hall
13:00-14:30 Parallel Sessions C1-C6
C1: Who decides what care; the pain, the patient or the clinician? Shared decision making and
pain management - time to work together
C2: Abdomino-pelvic pain
C3: Migraine-evolving concepts
C4: Cultural influences on the experience and expression of pain
C5: Neuropathic pain in cancer patients
C6: From hospital to home: managing pain after discharge (multi-SIG collaboration)
2. The ‘pharma’ effect (part 2 of the 3-part workshop)
14:30-14:50 Coffee Break: Technical and Poster Exhibition in the Exhibition Hall
14:50-15:40 Plenary Session 6 and Trainee Poster Prize Awards
The surgical treatment of facial pain. Professor Paul Eldridge
15:40-16:30 Plenary Session 7
Psychology and back pain - where next? Developments and opportunities to decrease
disability. Professor Tamar Pincus
16:30-17:30 British Pain Society Annual General Meeting - members only

Thursday 1st May
09:00-10:05 Coffee Break: Technical and Poster Exhibition in the Exhibition Hall
10:10-10:50 Plenary Session 8
Genetics of pain: examples from osteoarthritis and post-surgery pain persistence. Dr Ana Valdes
11:00-12:30 Parallel Sessions D1-D6
D1: Chronic post-surgical pain: evidence, assessment and impact on resource use
D2: Tapping the untapped resource: expert patients, sustainability and the promotion of long
term wellbeing in a Community Pain Service setting
D3: Orofacial pain; state of the art
D4: Autoantibody Pain
D5: Managing common medical conditions presenting in the pain clinic
D6: From hospital to home: managing pain after discharge (multi-SIG collaboration)
Part 3: The Internet; an interface between hospital and home (part 3 of the 3-part workshop)
12:30-13:45 Lunch: Technical and Poster Exhibition in the Exhibition Hall
13:45-14:25 Plenary Session 9
At the translational interface of pain: new drug developments for neuropathic pain. Professor David Wynick
14:30-15:10 Plenary Session 10
Longstanding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: how do we treat today - how will we manage tomorrow? Dr Andreas Goebel

For the full programme, including speaker details, please click here.

 

 


 

 

 
 

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