ASM Satellite Meetings

The Society offers colleagues in industry the opportunity to hold satellite symposiums, which are held during the meeting, outside of the scientific programme. They are open to all delegates attending the ASM.

If you would like to receive information on how to book to hold a satellite meeting, please contact the Secretariat on 020 7269 7840 or by email at: asm@britishpainsociety.org

The following satellite symposiums has been confirmed for the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting;

 

THE MEDICINES COMPANY SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
TUESDAY 10th May 2016

16:20-17:30

Hall D, HIC, Harrogate 

A new way to manage patients’ post-operative pain

  • Challenges in postoperative pain treatment – an overview of today’s situation
    Dr Mick Serpell, Consultant & Senior Lecturer, Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow
  • IONSYS® - background and clinical data
    Professor Richard Langford, Honorary Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London
  • How do a new PCA system like IONSYS® fit in to today’s practice?
    Mr Steve Ward, Lead Clinical Nurse Specialist - Pain Service, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London
  • Q&A

This satellite symposium is open to all delegates and attendance is included in the registration fee.


THE BRITISH PAIN SOCIETY SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM
WEDNESDAY 11TH May 2016

17:15-18:30

Auditorium

Forthcoming NICE Low back pain and sciatica guidelines - is your MDT ready?

NICE draft guidelines for low back pain and sciatica have recently been made available for stakeholder comments. New guidelines can have a huge significance for Pain Management Centres. The draft guidelines place an important emphasis on a team approach that we excel at. Chris Wells, President of EFIC, along with David Walsh, both members of the Guideline Development Group, will be available to help clarify the draft guidelines and discuss possible implications for pain clinics.

Speakers
Dr Chris Wells, Pain Management Consultant, Pain Matters Ltd./President, European Pain Federation, EFIC
Professor David Walsh, Director of the ARUK Pain Centre and Honorary Consultant Rheumatologist.

This satellite symposium is open to all delegates and attendance is included in the registration fee.