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CHANGE PAIN Conference 2021

Friday 24 September, 10:00-16:00

This meeting is organised and funded by Grünenthal, for healthcare professionals only.

Professor
Anthony Dickenson (Chair)

Professor
Lesley Colvin (Chair)

The future of pain: Enhancing management and therapeutic delivery

Friday 24 September 2021, 10:00-16:00

We would like to invite you to the CHANGE PAIN Conference 2021 - The future of pain: Enhancing management and therapeutic delivery.

Join us to gain insights from leading UK experts on the latest evidence and future advances in pain management. This meeting will highlight the value of individualised assessment, and how this can lead to improved identification, treatment and monitoring of patients with chronic and complex pain in the clinic. Secondary care specialists with an interest in pain management are invited to attend.

Spaces for this event are limited, so we would encourage you to register and secure your place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

We look forward to welcoming you at The King’s Fund in London on 24 September 2021.

Professor Anthony Dickenson (Chair)
Emeritus Professor of Neuropharmacology
University College London

Professor Lesley Colvin (Chair)
Professor of Pain Medicine
University of Dundee

Agenda
TIME SESSION Proposed faculty  
10:00–10:05 Welcome and introduction Prof. Anthony Dickenson (Chair)
University College London
Prof. Lesley Colvin (Chair)
University of Dundee
10:05–10:40 Chronic pain – pathophysiology
and pathways
Prof. Anthony Dickenson
University College London
 
10:40–11:15 What can neuroimaging tell us about
how individuals experience pain?
Prof. Irene Tracey
University of Oxford
 
11:15–11:30 BREAK    
11:30–12:00 Precision in pain – why is individualised
assessment important?
Prof. Lesley Colvin
University of Dundee
 
12:00–13:05  Workshop 1: Real-world management of
complex pain in secondary care

Mr Naffis Anjarwalla
Frimley Health
NHS Foundation Trust

Ms Karin Cannons
Frimley Health
NHS Foundation Trust
13:05–13:50 LUNCH    
13:50–14:50 Workshop 2: Models for care
in pain management
Prof. Lesley Colvin
University of Dundee
Dr Martin Johnson
Chronic Pain Policy Coalition
14:50–15:05 BREAK    
15:05–15:50 Advances in pain management: Working
with the biopsychosocial model
All Faculty  
15:50–16:00 Summary, thanks and close Prof. Anthony Dickenson
University College London
Prof. Lesley Colvin
University of Dundee

*This agenda is subject to minor changes

The future of pain:
Enhancing management and therapeutic delivery

Friday 24 September 2021
10:00–16:00 BST

The King’s Fund
No. 11 Cavendish Square
London W1G 0AN

CHANGE PAIN is a non-promotional, educational initiative produced by Grünenthal Ltd for healthcare professionals.

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M-C-UK-05-21-0008 | June 2021