PAIN management and contemporary pain science. Changing (not just) the conversation

The third webinar in our series, ‘PAIN management and contemporary pain science. Changing (not just) the conversation‘ took place on Wednesday 21 October, learn more about the event and watch the webinar in full:

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The Event

Our panel of clinical and industry experts joined us in conversation on Wednesday 21 October 2020 for the third in our series of FREE, live webinars.

The Agenda

9.00:   Prof. Cormac Ryan, Community Pain Champion, Flippin’ Pain and Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation, Teesside University – Opening remarks from the chair

9.10:   Prof. Lorimer Moseley AO, leading pain scientist and the world’s best known pain educator – explains the impact of misinformation and misunderstanding when it comes to pain and how the best scientific knowledge enables better healthcare and lifestyle choices

9.20:   Richard Pell, Flippin’ Pain Campaign Director and Head of NHS Service Development, Connect Health, introduces Flippin™ Pain, what it is, how it came about and its impact

9.30:   Niki Jones, person living with persistent pain, explains her journey and how she now feels supported

9.40:   Dr Deepak Ravindran, Consultant in Pain Medicine, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust and IPASS (Integrated Pain and Spinal Service) – Towards trauma informed pain practice – a change in mindset across primary, secondary and community care.

9.50:   Q&A

10.15:   End

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