4 Sept 2018 - 5th SUA Ultrasound Guided Pain Interventions Workshop












The 5th Society for Ultrasound in Anaesthesia (SUA) Chronic Pain Interventions Workshop will take place at the Royal College of Physicians, London, UK on 4th September 2018. An expert faculty will cover a wide variety of chronic pain procedures under ultrasound guidance with live models.

Workshop delegates will be given access to an online library of lectures and resources in advance for additional training and in order to maximise the hands-on scanning practise.


The 2018 workshop topics included:
Cervical:
Medial branch, root block, stellate ganglion
Thoracic:
Paravertebral and intercostal blocks
Lumbar:
Facet, medial branch, caudal, sacroiliac, piriformis
Nerves:
Ilioinguinal, iliohypogastric, suprascapular, Transversus abdominis Plane block, greater occipital

For further information on the meeting, don't hesitate to contact: ciaranwazir@gmail.com

ONLINE REGISTRATION PAYMENTS

Pay Fees by Card as a Guest of Paypal (incl. 5% Paypal Charge):


COURSE DIRECTORS





Dr Mohjir Baloch
Consultant in Pain Management
Frimley Health NHS Trust
Surrey, UK









Dr Atul Gaur
Director, Society for Ultrasound in Anaesthesia
Consultant Anaesthetist
University Hospitals Leicester
Leicester, UK






INVITED FACULTY INCLUDE






Dr Raja Reddy, MD FRCA FFPMRCA FIPP CIPS
Consultant, Pain Medicine
Medway Maritime Hospital
Kent, UK










Dr Sumit Gulati
Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia
The Walton Centre
Liverpool, UK











Dr Deepak Malik
Consultant in Pain Medicine &  Anaesthesia
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Birmingham, UK












Dr Madankumar Narayanan
Consultant Anaesthetist
Frimley Park Hospital
Surrey, UK












Dr  Arif Ghazi FIPP
WIP UK Section Treasurer
Consultant in Pain Medicine
Royal Free Hospital
London, UK











Dr Pranab Kumar FIPP, CIPS
University Hospitals Network
Universitry of Toronto,
Toronto, Canada










CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION


*The workshop has been approved for 5 CPD Points by the Royal College of Anaesthetists, London, UK


WORKSHOP TIMETABLE

Venue: Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Place, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4LE

*Registration takes places in the Lasdun Hall Park Room 09.00-09.30hrs

04.09.18, 09.00hrs-17.00hrs


WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FEE

Early Bird Registration (Until 01.07.18): £250 (GBP)

Late Registration  (From 02.07.18): £300 (GBP)


ONLINE REGISTRATION PAYMENTS

Pay Fees by Card as a Guest of Paypal (incl. 5% Paypal Charge):

For full details of how to pay the registration fees by pounds sterling cheque, bank transfer or debit or credit card, contact: ciaranwazir@gmail.com


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5-7 July 2018 - 34th Liverpool Course on Management of Chronic Pain












AN ADVANCED COURSE with lectures and interactive workshops for pain professionals and trainees aiming to develop their skills of assessing and treating complex chronic pain patients. The meeting will offer those who attend the opportunity to develop an evidence based approach to assessment, examination and formulation of diagnosis, and how to design a comprehensive management plan.


COURSE FACULTY INCLUDE



Dr Chris Wells
Past-President, European Pain Federation (EFIC)
Founding Member, NeuPSIG
Consultant in Pain Medicine
Pain Matters
Liverpool, UK










Dr Manohar Lal Sharma
34th Liverpool Course Director
Consultant in Pain Medicine & Clinical Lead
The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery
NHS Foundation Trust
Liverpool, UK 







Dr Rajiv Chawla
34th Liverpool Course Director
Consultant in Pain Medicine & Neuromodulation
The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery
NHS Foundation Trust
Liverpool, UK








Prof Paul Eldridge
Chief of the British Journal of Neurosurgery;
Consultant Neurosurgeon
The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery
NHS Foundation Trust
Liverpool, UK 









Dr Andreas Goebel
Consultant in Pain Medicine
The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery
NHS Foundation Trust
Clinical Senior Lecturer, University of Liverpool
Liverpool, UK









Dr Bernhard Frank
Consultant in Pain Medicine
The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery
NHS Foundation Trust
Liverpool, UK










Dr Sumit Gulati
Consultant in Pain Medicine
The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery
NHS Foundation Trust
Liverpool, UK 







OVERVIEW OF MEETING FACULTY

Ms Shaireen Aleem, Consultant UroGynaecologist Southport & Ormskirk Hospital
Ms Sharon Barnett, Pain Specialist Physiotherapist, Walton centre, Liverpool
Ms Rachel Barton, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Pain & Neuromodulation, Walton Centre,
Liverpool
Ms Alison Bradshaw, Occupational Therapist, Walton Centre , Liverpool
Dr Rajiv Chawla, Consultant in Pain Medicine & Neuromodulation, Walton Centre,
Liverpool
Ms Alison Cox, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Pain & Neuromodulation, Walton Centre,
Liverpool
Mr Mark Draper, Pain & Neuromodulation Specialist Physiotherapist, Walton Centre,
Liverpool
Professor Paul Eldridge, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Walton Centre for Neurology &
Neurosurgery, Liverpool
Dr Bernhard Frank, Consultant in Pain Medicine, Walton Centre and Honorary Senior
Clinical Lecturer, University of Liverpool.
Dr Manish Gupta, Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia, Walton Centre, Liverpool
Dr Andreas Goebel, Clinical Senior Lecturer, University of Liverpool & Consultant in Pain
Medicine, Walton Centre
Dr Sumit Gulati, Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia, Walton Centre, Liverpool
Ms Clare Hammond, Consultant Cardiologist at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital and
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust
Ms Selina Johnson, Pain & Neuromodulation Specialist Physiotherapist, Walton Centre,
Liverpool
Dr Muhammad Kashif, Pain Fellow, Walton Centre, Liverpool
Dr Kate Marley, Consultant in Palliative Medicine, University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool,
Dr Kerry Mathews, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Walton Centre, Liverpool
Dr Peter Moore, Consultant Neurologist, Walton Centre for Neurology & Neurosurgery,
Liverpool
Dr Hookee Tsang, Consultant in Pain Medicine, Royal Liverpool Hospital
Dr Manohar Sharma, Consultant in Pain Medicine, Walton Centre, Liverpool
Dr Shiv Singh, Consultant in Anaesthetics, Royal Liverpool Hospital
Dr Vanja Srbljak, Pain Fellow, Walton Centre, Liverpool
Mr John Tetlow, Pain Specialist Occupational Therapist, Walton Centre, Liverpool
Dr Chris Wells, EFIC Past-President, Pain Physician, Rodney Street, Liverpool,
Mr Martin Wilby, Consultant Neurosurgeon, Walton Centre, Liverpool
Dr John Wiles, Consultant in Pain Medicine, Walton Centre, Liverpool
Ms Alix White, Occupational Therapist, Walton Centre Pain, Liverpool



EDUCATIONAL CONTENT


LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS

1. Management of Sciatica - A Collaborative Approach
2. Pain Management Programme, Patient selection and treatment: Live interactive patient session
3. Indications and Patient Selection for Spinal cord Stimulation: Live interactive patient session
4. Neurosurgical Management of Chronic Pain
5. Management of Pelvic Pain a Collaborative Approach: Live Interactive patient session
6. The Sam Lipton Lecture: TBC
7. Role of acute pain management in prevention of chronic pain
8. Cancer Pain Management - A Collaborative Approach:
9. Pharmacological Management of Neuropathic Pain
10. Grand round, live case presentations, attended by all faculty:
Neuromodulation, CRPS, PMP, Facial Pain, Spinal
interventions, pelvic pain, spinal injections, missed diagnosis


PRACTICAL WORKSHOPS

1. Live Pain Theatre session
2. Ultrasound (USG) demonstration & hands-on workshop
3. Manikin hands on spinal injection technique
4. Optimizing Pain Consultation
5. Capsaicin patch application and Botox for chronic pain
6. Pain Management Programme Assessment Clinic
7. Refractory angina management: Practical considerations


SPECIALIST DEMONSTRATION PAIN CLINICS

1. Acute Sciatica
2. Spinal Pain and Neuromodulation
3. CRPS
4. Pelvic Pain
5. Pain Management Programme Assessment Clinic
6. Opioid (Detox) Clinic


VENUE

Clinical Sciences Centre, University Hospital Aintree & Walton Centre, Lower Lane, Fazakerley, Liverpool L9 7AL, United Kingdom


CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

*15 CPD points have been approved by the Royal College of Anaesthetists, London, UK


REGISTRATION FEES

(including lunches and course dinner)

Registration Fee: £350.00 (Until 04.05.18)
Late Registration: £450.00 (After 04.05.18)

*For further information, contact: ciaranwazir@gmail.com


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16-19 Oct 2018 - EFIC Winter School on Cancer Pain, Liverpool




DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE to attend the EFIC Winter Pain School on Cancer Pain due to take place in Liverpool on 16-19 October 2018. A leading faculty of experts from Europe will be teaching at the meeting.

The interactive course aims to develop skills for assessing and treating pain related to cancer with an evidence-based approach to assessment, formulating a diagnosis and designing a comprehensive management plan.

Learning objectives of this course are in line with EFIC Core Curriculum for managing pain related to cancer.

FACULTY INCLUDES



Prof. Bart Morlion, President, EFIC, Director of the Leuven Center for Algology & Pain Management, University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium



Prof Kris Vissers, Professor in Pain and Palliative Medicine, Chairman of the Radboud Expertise Center of Pain and Palliative Medicine, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Nijmegen, The Netherlands




Dr Andreas Kopf, Pain and Palliative Medicine Specialist,
Department of Anaesthesiology & Pain Medicine, Charité Medical University, Berlin, Germany



Dr Nevenka Krcevski-Skvarc, Honorary Secretary, EFIC,  University Clinical Centre Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia



Dr Arun Bhaskar, President-Elect, British Pain Society,  WIP UK Section Chairman, Council Member, London Pain Forum, Consultant in Pain Medicine, Charing Cross Hospital, Imperial College London Hospitals, UK










Dr Chris Wells, Past-President, European Pain Federation (EFIC), Founding Member, NeuPSIG, Consultant in Pain Medicine, Pain Matters, Liverpool, UK








 Dr Manohar Lal Sharma, Consultant in Pain Medicine & Neuromodulation, Clinical Lead, The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UK


 

Dr Rajiv Chawla, Consultant in Pain Medicine & Neuromodulation, The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UK









Mr Jibril Farah, Consultant General & Functional Neurosurgeon, Department of Neurosurgery, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UK


EDUCATIONAL CONTENT

LECTURES/CASE PRESENTATIONS

1. Understanding Cancer Pain

Hospice and Pain Medicine: the importance of
working together
WHO Ladder for cancer pain: benefits and pitfalls
Pathophysiology of pain related to cancer

2. Understanding pain and management options

Difficulties with service development in developing nations- how can they be overcome?
Epidemiology of pain related to cancer
The need for a New Ladder?

3. Pharmacological Management of Pain related to Cancer

Non-opioid pharmacological management of cancer pain including Ketamine
Opioids - opportunities and pitfalls
Opioids availability throughout Europe

4. Current Concepts in Pain related to Cancer

Oncological treatments for cancer related pain
Pain management in cancer survivors
EFIC Pain Curriculum and Training in Cancer Pain Management

5. Pain Management in Hospice Setting

Symptom control in hospice/community setting

6. Pain Management in Hospice Setting

7. Pain Management in cancer survivors: live case studies,

8. Interventions for Pain related to Cancer

Initial assessment and optimisation for invasive interventions
Role of sympathetic blocks
Role of nerve blocks and infusions

9. Interventions for Pain related to Cancer

Epidural infusion for pain related to cancer

Spinal neurolysis

Percutaneous cordotomy

10. Surgery for Cancer Pain

Neurosurgical treatments for pain related to cancer

11. Implants for Pain related to Cancer

Indications, patient selection, implantation and aftercare for Intrathecal Pumps in Pain related to Cancer

12. Therapeutic Challenges- Interactive Case Presentations

Incident pain (Pathological fracture related pain)
Visceral pain (Pancreatic cancer)
Pelvic pain
Head and neck cancer pain

13. Therapeutic Challenges

14. Cancer Pain Service developments.

Optimising cancer pain control and the way forward


MEETING VENUE


RADISSON BLU HOTEL, LIVERPOOL

107 Old Hall Street, Liverpool L3 9BD, United Kingdom 
Web: https://www.radissonblu.com/en/hotel-liverpool


REGISTRATION FEES

Until 10.08.18
Early bird Registration Fee: £450.00 (GBP)

After 10.08.18
Late Registration Fee: £525.00 (GBP)

*Registration fee incluldes lunch and the course dinner

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9-10 Nov 2018 - 6th Hands-on Peripheral Neuromodulation Masterclass, London, UK




Department of Anatomy, St George's, University of London, United Kingdom


THE SIXTH Hands-on Peripheral Neuromodulation Masterclass will take place St George's Hospital, University of London on 9-10 November 2018.

The Masterclass will included lectures on peripheral neuromodulation techniques by a faculty of experts as well as hands-on cadaver training on up to seven stations with the aid of fluoroscopy and ultrasound.

For further information regarding the workshop, e-mail: ciaranwazir@gmail.com


ORGANISING COMMITTEE



Dr Teodor Goroszeniuk
President, London Pain Forum
Vice-President & Founder, Polish Neuromodulation Society
Special Interest: Peripheral Neuromodulation & SCS
Interventional Pain Management
& Neuromodulation Practice
Wimpole Street, London, UK







Dr Andrzej Krol
Chairman, RA-UK Ultrasound in Pain Medicine Course (London)
Past-President, Interventional Section, Polish Pain Society
Founding Member, Polish Neuromodulation Society
Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia
St George's Hospital
London, UK









Dr Ashish Shetty
Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia
Lead for Neuromodulation, Education & Research
National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery
University College London Hospitals
London, UK


     






Dr Athmaja R. Thottungal
Special Interests: Ultrasound and Peripheral Neuromodulation
LSORA Board Member and Chronic Pain Lead
Trust Lead Clinician - Pain Management
Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia
Kent & Canterbury Hospital
Visiting Senior Lecturer, Canterbury Christ Church Univ.
Canterbury, Kent, UK






LECTURE TOPICS


TO BE ANNOUNCED


PRESENTING YOUR OWN WORK

If you would be interested in presenting your own work in the field of peripheral neuromodulation on one of the free presentation slots at the meeting, please contact ciaranwazir@gmail.com


WORKSHOP STATIONS X 7
Station Breakdown (5 participants to a station):

TO BE ANNOUNCED


CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

*An application will be submitted for European CME Credits from the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education


TIMETABLE

TO BE ANNOUNCED


DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAMME


To download the programme for the 2017 Masterclass, CLICK HERE


REGISTRATION FEES

9-10 November 2018
£500.00 (Registration before 01.07.18)

£550.00 (Registration from 01.07.18)


Meeting Dinner Fee (09.11.18): £65 



PAYMENT OPTIONS

For details of how to pay your registration fee by GBP bank transfer, pounds sterling cheque and debit or credit card as a guest of Paypal, please contact: ciaranwazir@gmail.com


ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM





HOTEL ACCOMMODATION


Faculty Accommodation (Close to Waterloo/Westminster)

4 Star Hotel

Park Plaza London Waterloo Hotel
6 Hercules Road
London  SE1 7DP
United Kingdom

*Short walk to Waterloo Underground Station which has direct link (15-20min journey) to Tooting Broadway Underground Station, close to the meeting venue at St George's, University of London.


Accommodation Close to the Venue

There is limited accommodation close to the meeting venue at St George's, University of London.

3 Star Hotel

Holiday Inn Express London - Wimbledon South 
200 High Street Colliers Wood
London 
SW19 2BH
United Kingdom

Close to Colliers Wood Underground Station. One stop on the underground from Tooting Broadway where the the meeting venue is located at St George's, University of London.

Premier Inn London Wimbledon South Hotel
27 Chapter Way
Off Merantun Way
London
SW19 2RF
United Kingdom

Approx 5min walk from Colliers Wood Underground Station. One stop on the underground from Tooting Broadway where the meeting venue is located at St George's, University of London.

NEAREST INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS/RAILWAY STATIONS TO THE VENUE

Airports

London Heathrow

London City Airport

London Gatwick

Railway Station

St Pancras International

EVENTS CALENDAR 2018

Please find included in this section some meetings of interest in 2018/2019:

PAIN MANAGEMENT MEETINGS

34th Liverpool Course on Pain Management of Chronic Pain
5-7 July 2018
Clinical Sciences Centre, University Hospital Aintree & Walton Centre, Liverpool, UK
Web: www.painandneuromodulationlondon.com

5th SUA Ultrasound Guided Chronic Pain Interventions Workshop
One Day Live Model Scanning
4 September 2018
Royal College of Physicians, London, UK
Web: SUA Chronic Pain Interventions

6th Hands-on Peripheral Neuromodulation Masterclass
Expert Lectures & Hands-on Cadaver Workshop Stations
9-10 November 2018
St George's Hospital, University of London, UK
Web: www.painandneuromodulationlondon.com

7th London Pain Forum "Advances in Pain Medicine" Winter Symposium
20-25 January 2019
Hotel Village Montana, Tignes Le Lac, France
Web: www.winterpainsymposium.com