Poster Exhibition

Poster Exhibition 51st Annual Scientific Meeting 2018

 

The Scientific Programme Committee have opened for late-breaking poster abstracts for the BPS ASM poster exhibition.  This allows more topical posters to be assessed for display.  Late breakers need to be submitted by 5pm on Monday 19 March 2018 HERE  

Guidance on posters can be found HERE

Unfortunately late breaking posters will not be published in the British Journal of Pain supplement.

 


Presentation of the Top 5 Poster Abstracts.

Plenary Session 7, Wednesday 2nd May

  • Impact of Brief Psychological Interventions for Patients with Complex Needs: The Role of the Clinical Psychologist within the Inpatient Pain Team. Chandran Jepegnanam
  • Assessment of pain in adults who have a learning disability A snapshot survey of practice in secondary care NHS Trusts across the United Kingdom. Lorraine de Gray 
  • Prescribing opioids for chronic pain in primary care: a qualitative metasynthesis. Mary-Claire Kennedy
  • What do people with persistent pain think about when they complete the Tampa Scale of Kinesiophobia (TSK)? A qualitative study. Lorna Semple
  • Exploring perceptions of pain relief strategies as masculine and feminine gender norms and stereotypes using Q-methodology. Samantha Wratten