Naughty or NICE: Chronic pain guidelines and their implications for the design and delivery of services

The eleventh webinar in the series, ‘Naughty or NICE: Chronic pain guidelines and their implications for the design and delivery of services‘ took place on Wednesday 14 April, learn more about the event and watch the webinar in full:

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Tags: Pain

The Event

Our panel of clinical and industry experts joined us in conversation on Wednesday 14 April 2021 for the eleventh in our series of FREE, live webinars.

The Agenda

12.30: Christine Priceperson with lived experience of persistent pain – Introduction from the chair

12.40: Dr Deepak RavindranConsultant in Pain Management, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust & author of The Pain Free Mindset – Guideline scope: What is Chronic Primary Pain?

12.50: Emma DaviesAdvanced Pharmacist Practitioner in pain management, Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board and co-founder of Live Well with Pain – Prescribing for Chronic Pain

13.00: Prof Cormac Ryan, Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation at Teesside University and Community Pain Champion for the Flippin’ Pain™ public health campaign – the role of Pain Education

13.10: Mike CarpenterAdvanced Practitioner and Developing Consultant Physiotherapist, Connect Health – the role of self-management

13.20: Victoria Abbott-Fleming, Barrister, Inspirational Speaker, Chair of Patient Voice Committee – British Pain Society – Perspectives of people living with chronic pain

13.30: Q&A

13.45: End

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