1-3 May 2019 - British Pain Society Annual Scientific Congress, London, UK













JOIN THE BRITISH PAIN SOCIETY for the 52nd Annual Congress at Hilton Tower Bridge Hotel, London, UK on 1-3 May 2019.

Hundreds of healthcare professionals are expected to attend the three day programme of plenary lectures, hot topic debates, parallel workshops and e-poster presentations with contributions from leading experts in the field of pain management.

New this year is a post-congress satellite hands-on cadaver workshop on interventional pain management and neuromodulation procedures with x-ray and ultrasound guidance, brought to you by the London Pain Forum on 3-4 May 2019



QUICK LINKS


To view the congress scientific programme, CLICK HERE

To view the congress delegates fees and register online, CLICK HERE

For further information on the satellite hands-on cadaver workshop, CLICK HERE

To pay the early bird registration fee for the satellite cadaver workshop, CLICK HERE

It is still possible to submit late breaking abstracts for ASM e-poster presentations, for further info, CLICK HERE



ASM FACULTY INCLUDE



Prof Nanna Brix Finnerup 
Vice-Chair of NeuPSIG and Past-President Scandinavian Association for the Study of Pain
Professor in Pain Research
Danish Pain Research Center
Department of Clinical Medicine
Aarhus University
Denmark






Prof Steven J. Linton
Professor of Clinical Psychology
Director, Centre of Health & Medical Psychology
Örebro University
Sweden







Prof Paul Eldridge
Consultant Neurosurgeon
Editor in Chief of the British Journal of Neurosurgery
Past-President, Neuromodulation Society of UK and Ireland
Department of Neurosurgery
Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust
Liverpool, UK







Prof Richard Langford
Past-President, British Pain Society
Founder Director of the Pain and Anaesthesia Research Centre
Barts NHS Health Trust
Chief Medical Officer
St Pancras Clinical Research
London, UK








Prof Bridget M Lumb
Professor of Systems Neuroscience
School of Physiology, Pharmacology and Neuroscience
Bristol Neuroscience
Biomedical Sciences Building
Bristol, UK








Dr Stephen Alexander  
Associate Professor of Molecular Pharmacology
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
School of Life Sciences 
Institute of Neuroscience 
Queen's Medical Centre
The University of Nottingham
Nottingham, UK






Mr Ben Ellis
Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy/MSc Subject Coordinator
Department of Sport, Health Sciences and Social Work
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
Oxford Brookes University
Oxford, UK








Prof David Bennett
Professor of Neurology & Neurobiology
Wellcome Trust Senior Clinical Fellow
Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences
John Radcliffe Hospital
Oxford, UK







Miss Sohier Elneil
Past-President, Pain Medicine Section,
Royal Society of Medicine
Consultant in Urogynaecology and Uro-neurology
University College London Hospitals
The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
Queen Square, London, UK







Dr Ashish Shetty
London Pain Forum Fellow
Consultant in Pain Medicine & Anaesthesia
Neuromodulation & Education Lead, Pain Management Centre
University College London Hospitals
The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
25 Cleveland Street, London, UK








Prof Robert Brownstone
Brain Research Trust Chair of Neurosurgery
Department of Neuromuscular Diseases
UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology
London, UK










Prof Tamar Pincus
Department of Psychology
Royal Holloway, University of London
London, UK








  
 




Dr Neil Collighan
Consultant in Pain Medicine
East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust, Canterbury, UK
Honorary Consultant, Guys and St. Thomas’ Pain Management and Neuromodulation Centre,
London, UK









Dr Cathy Stannard
Consultant in Complex Pain/Pain Transformation
Programme Clinical Lead NHS Gloucestershire CCG
Gloucester, UK








BPS EXECUTIVE






Dr Andrew Baranowski
President, British Pain Society
Consultant in Anaesthesia & Pain Management
The Pain Management Centre
The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
25 Cleveland Street, London, UK








Dr Arun Bhaskar
President-Elect, British Pain Society
UK Section Chair, WIP
London Pain Forum Council Member
Consultant in Pain Medicine
Pain Management Centre
Imperial College NHS Trust
Charing Cross Hospital
London, UK





Prof Roger Knaggs, Honorary Secretary

Dr Ayman Eissa, Honorary Secretary-Elect

Dr Heather Cameron, Honorary Treasurer

Dr David Glyn Williams, Honorary Treasurer-Elect


ASM PLENARY TOPICS


How can we better stratify patients with neuropathic pain and what are the implications for treatment?

Neuropathic pain following cancer treatment

Neuromodulation: Review of evidence and clinical applications

Barriers to use the Cannabis and cannabinoids to treat pain

Descending Pain Modulatory Systems: Mechanisms, Significance and Translation

The Role of Social Context in Pain

What is new in Acute Pain

The Importance of Digital Health


ASM PARALLEL SESSIONS/WORKSHOPS


Interdisciplinary Neuromodulation Clinic

How to maximise the effect of your interventions - patient selection and best practice

Biologics for pain

What’s new in neuropathic pain

Benzodiazepines: risks, interactions, and impact on pain management

New models for pain services

Optimising the translation of evidence into practice.

Psychological Approaches Post Surgical Back Pain

Paediatric Pain Management

Patients as Research Partners


ASM SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

To view the ASM scientific programme, CLICK HERE


SUBMIT ABSTRACTS FOR E-POSTERS

For information on submitting abstracts for e-poster presentations at the congress, CLICK HERE


CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION


“An application has been made to the EACCME® (European Accreditation Council for  Continuing Medical Education) for CME accreditation of this event”



2019 BPS ASM VENUE



5 More London Place
Tooley St
London SE1 2BY
United Kingdom



DELEGATE FEES AND ONLINE REGISTRATION

To view the ASM delegate fees and to register online, CLICK HERE


ACCOMMODATION FOR THE ASM


To book hotel accommodation for the BPS congress, CLICK HERE


FURTHER CONGRESS INFORMATION

For further information on the upcoming congress, visit the British Pain Society website:


SATELLITE HANDS-ON WORKSHOP (3-4 MAY 2019)

A satellite workshop is planned on interventional pain relief procedures (including RF ablation and Spinal Cord Stimulation) at KCL Anatomy Dept, Guy's Hospital Campus, London on the evening of Friday, 3rd May and all day Saturday, 4th May 2019. For further information on the workshop, CLICK HERE



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