Bournemouth ASM 2013
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speakers and topics:
Psychosocial perspectives on gender differences in pain, Dr
Ed Keogh (Bath)
When the cure is worse than the disease: strategies for safe
Cathy Stannard (Bristol)
Osteoarthritis pain; what's new and where is it leading us?
David Walsh (Nottingham)
Managing pain in children: are they small adults?
Dr Suellen Walker (London)
Fatigue and pain - separate but inseparable? Professor
Sarah Hewlett (Bristol)
Affective modulation of pain: the role of the endocannabinoid
David Finn (Galway)
Avoiding pain: a defensive space surrounding the body, Dr
Giandomenico Iannetti (London)
Pain in the whole person - the challenge for primary care,
Peter Croft (Keele)
topics will include:
-Beyond prescribing guidance: painting a picture of long term
-Contextual influences on pain communication
-Funding primary care treatments for neuropathic pain
-Does a modern approach to healthcare prevent the relief of
suffering in patients?
-Pain management in secure environments
-How to make an impact on the provision of pain services
-Return to work - what is happening in the UK?
-Acute pain management: 20+ years on
-Intrathecal pumps for cancer pain: what do we know and need
-Enhancing the self-management ability of chronic pain patients
-What can we learn from a meta-ethnography of chronic non-malignant
-Ultrasound-guided procedures for chronic pain
-Evidence based pain management programmes: launch of the
updated British Pain -Society guidelines
-Maximising the impact of pain education in developing countries
-Update on technical aspects of radiofrequency and other spinal
-Managing acute pain. Does the child inform the man?