Acute Pain SIG Pre-Meeting

Monday 30 March 2020, 09:00-17:00

Hilton London Tower Bridge, 5 More London Riverside, Tooley Street, London SE1 2BY


Acute Pain “Synchronicity – Working together to reduce chronicity”
2020 is the IASP Global Year Against Pain ‘Prevention of Pain’  and we are delighted that IASP Councillor, Global Year Lead and Chair of the IASP Acute Pain Special interest group, Prof Dr Esther Pogatski-Zahn  will be our opening speaker. We also have sessions delivered by Prof Madelon Peters (Experimental Health Psychology, Maastricht, Holland) and Dr Ruth Zaslansky (Scientific Manager PAIN OUT, Jena, Germany).

09:00-09:30

Registration and Coffee

09:30-09:40

Introduction and welcome

09:40-10:10

An overview of the IASP global year against chronicity and pain

Prof Dr Med Esther Pogatzki-Zahn, IASP Global Year lead 2020, Chair IASP Acute pain SIG, Council member IASP, Jena, Germany

 

10:10-10:50

Acute mechanisms of nociception and nociplasticity

Dr Kirsty Bannister, Lecturer, Kings College London

10:50-11:25

Embedding psychology in acute pain

Prof. Madelon Peters, Experimental Health Psychology, Maastricht, Holland

11:25-12:00

The microbiome and acute pain

Dr Gillian Chumbley, Consultant Nurse, Imperial Health

12:00-13:00

Lunch

13:00-13:40

Driving change in perioperative care using data
Dr Ruth Zaslanksy, Scientific Manager PAIN Out, Jena, Germany

13:40-14:20

Prehabilitation - Whose job is it anyway?
TBC

14:20-14:45

Acute pain management and the struggle against opioid overprescribing. 
Dr Kristin Ullrich, Consultant in Anaesthesia & Pain, Barts Health NHS Trust

14:45-15:00

Ask the experts

15:00-15:20

Coffee break

15:20-15:50

Fractured rib pathway – refining care, reducing risk

Dr Alex Wickham, Consultant Anaesthetist, Imperial Health

15:50-17:00

Workshop + Expert panel session

How I manage fractured ribs in practice

Covering serratus anterior plane, erector spinae, subpectoral and PVB (+/- lidocaine) infusions – approaches, medicines and management

Dr Madan Narayanan et al, Consultant in Anaesthesia & Pain, Frimley Park

17:00

Summary & Close

Please note that the programme may be subject to minor alterations.

In the adjacent room the Interventional Pain SIG will be running a concurrent workshop. Attendees will be able to move freely between the two programmes throughout the day at no extra cost.


HOW TO BOOK:

  • If you are also attending the ASM,  please book this supplementary meeting via the ASM registration page as an additional option.
  • If you are NOT attending the ASM, but wish to attend this full day event, please click HERE.


Please note, reduced rates are available for those delegates who are also attending the ASM.