ASM Oral Poster Presentations

Please see below information on the oral presentations taking place at the 2016 ASM.

 

Oral Poster Presentations

 12 top rated posters have been selected from the submitted abstracts to do a 10 minute oral presentation. The oral presentations will be during two parallel session slots as specified below. 

Parallel session A6 10th May 13:30-15:00

Exploring attentional biases to body expressions of pain in men and women

Addressing pain management issues for male chronic abdomino-pelvic pain – analysis of the data from the specialised pain management programme Link

The impact of trait mindfulness on sensory and cognitive aspects of pain

Personal distress and sympathy differentially influence health care professional and parents’ estimation of child procedure-related pain

The disruptive effects of pain on attention in large general population internet samples

Developing a Pain Knowledge and Skills Framework for the Nursing Team

 

Parallel session B6 11th May 12:00-13:30

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: patients' priorities for defining recovery

Understanding the physical and mental functioning of those with persistent and resolved Complex Regional Pain Syndrome to help inform treatment approaches

Core Outcome Measures for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Clinical Trials (COMPACT): a first draft core measurement set

Biased visual attention in patients with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Do Subgroups of Individuals with Chronic Widespread Pain Who Received Exercise Treatment as Part of a Randomized Controlled Trial Follow Distinct Long-Term Physical Activity Trajectories?

A Service Evaluation to Assess the Clinical Effectiveness of Stratifying Patients with Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in Secondary Care

 

 

Prize Paper Presentations

The top 5 student/trainee posters selected for oral presentation on Thursday 12th May at 09:55 in the main auditorium.

Poster title/number Presenter

Investigating the effects of multisensory illusions on pain and body perception in people with osteoarthritis (poster no. 216)

Kristy Themelis, University of Nottingham

Pain communication: is there a difference between strangers, friends and romantic partners? (poster no.135)

Rhiannon Edwards, University of Bath

Characteristics of non-cancer pain patients prescribed long-term strong opioids in primary care: a population based study using CPRD (poster no. 123)

Muna Adan, University of Nottingham

Sex differences in psychological therapies for pediatric chronic pain: Impact on pain, disability, and psychological distress (poster no. 92)

Katelynn E. Boerner, Dalhousie University, Canada

State versus trait: Validating state assessment of child and parental catastrophic thinking about child pain (poster no 82)

Hannah Durand, National University Ireland, Galway