1st Oxford Health BRC Pain Conference: from Theory to Practice (21-22 March 2024 at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford)
Join us for our 1st Oxford Health BRC Pain Conference: from Theory to Practice on 21-22 March at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford!
The (hybrid) conference will cover a wide range of topics including:
- What Big Data and deep phenotyping can tell us about neuropathic pain
- Chronic pain and opioids: What’s the problem?
- Tailoring recovery: The art and science of personalised rehabilitation
- The journey through chronic pain: the patient perspective
- Touch, trust and pain: the social connection
- VR: the new frontier for understanding and treating chronic pain?
- Neural pathways: The role of neuromodulation in pain management
- Bridging the gap: immune system insights into pain
- AI, patient-reported outcome – or both?
- The bigger picture: flourishing, social prescribing and pain
- The placebo effect: how can we understand and harness its potential?
- Unlocking pain: Is sleep the missing piece?
We are delighted that Prof Irene Tracey has agreed to give a keynote lecture on 21st March before our conference dinner. In her keynote, “Taking on Pain: the Future is bright”, she will share her exciting vision for the future of pain research.
Our second keynote speaker is the Past President of the Massage Therapy Foundation, Douglas Nelson, who has over 30 years of experience in treating people with chronic pain. Doug will be speaking about an emerging topic at the intersection of pain and mental health: “Patients’ experience of invalidation – and what we can do about it”. Come and learn about the importance of validation – and the difference between validation and reassurance.
The conference and dinner on 21st March are complimentary but please note that seating is limited. Alternatively, you can join us online!
For more information: https://sites.google.com/view/pain-ohbrc-conference-2024
Alternatively, you can join us online! To secure your spot (in-person or online), please register here: https://www.oxforduniversitystores.co.uk/short-courses/nuffield-department-of-clinical-neurosciences/nuffield-department-of-clinical-neurosciences/oxford-health-brc-pain-conference?token=c7e23e659ac5a19e52f275588d021f66
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