Philosophy & Ethics SIG Annual Meeting - 23-26 June 2019

23rd to 26th Jun 2019

23rd June - 26th June 2019
Rydal Hall, near Ambleside Cumbria

Exploring the Way Ahead For Pain Medicine: Caring For the Patient and the Clinician.  

We are looking forward to another great meeting of the Philosophy and Ethics SIG taking place at Rydal Hall in Cumbria, Monday 24th -Weds 26th June. People would usually travel to the venue on the afternoon of Sunday 23rd. Talks and discussion take place on the Monday and Tuesday with a break between 2pm and 4pm for relaxation or walking in the gardens and surrounding hills and lakes. Further talks on Wednesday morning and the meeting ends after lunch.

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Fees

If you are not a member of The British Pain Society joining will entitle you to the discounted member rate, more information on haow to join can be found here JOIN

  BPS Member Non BPS Member
Registration Fees Before 26th April After 26th April Before 26th April After 26th April
Consultants and GPs £495 £525 £695.00 £765.00
Other delegates £395 £415 £495 £525
No Accomodation - GP & Consultants £320.00 £560.00
No Accomodation - Other delegates £210 £320
Guest £290
 

 

The title this time is: Exploring the Way Ahead For Pain Medicine: Caring For the Patient and the Clinician.  

Speakers include: 

Dr Deepak Ravindran who is the lead clinician at the Reading Pain Clinic and interested in chronic pain and how early adverse life events can impact on pain and suffering later in life. He is interested in the complexities of pain and has a holistic approach to patient care.

Dr Jonathon Tomlinson is a GP in Hackney with an interest in professional values and is an In Practice Research Fellow with NIHR ( National Institute for Health research) studying moral development in medical education and clinical practice. 

Betsan Corkhill, a wellbeing coach with an interest in pain management and the interaction between emotional trauma and physical health.

Dr David Laird, lead clinician in the Durham pain clinic. David is interested in whole patient care and clinical values.

Prof Paul Dieppe, who will speak about how the art of healing can be integrated with the science of curing.


 

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