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Registration for the next webinar presented by Prof. Huygen is open now!

Prof. Dr Charles E. Argoff challenged Prof. Dr JPM ‘Frank’ Huygen to give a 30-minute presentation on ‘Complex regional pain syndrome: Tailored treatment based on phenotyping’ at the next ‘30-minute expert talk challenge’ webinar in September.
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Prof. Argoff, the presenter of the previous webinar, challenged Prof. Huygen to present on ‘Complex regional pain syndrome: Tailored treatment based on phenotyping’ at the next ‘30-minute expert talk challenge’ webinar on Thursday 23 September.

For those unfamiliar with these webinars, Prof. Dr Ralf Baron hosts the series, which sees experts in pain management challenge each other to present on a predefined topic in just 30 minutes! Following the presentation, the expert answers questions from the live audience.

To register or find out more about Prof. Huygen’s webinar, please click here. You can also find out about other upcoming webinars in the series.

If you haven't watched any of the webinars before, or would like to watch them again, you can find them here. Webinars already available on demand include:

  • ‘Top 10 scientific publications of 2020 in pain medicine: From genes to behaviour and back’ presented by Prof. Dr Albert Dahan, Leiden University Medical Centre, Netherlands
  • ‘Unexplained pain disorders’ presented by Prof. Anthony Dickenson, University College London, UK
  • ‘Clinical pathway for the management of chronic low back pain’ presented by Prof. Dr Bart Morlion, University Hospital Leuven, Belgium
  • ‘Painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy: What is the current state-of-the-art treatment?’ presented by Prof. Dr Charles Argoff, Albany Medical Center, New York, USA

At CHANGE PAIN, we believe the delivery of short, concise and distilled information effectively relays key messages and educational content to help improve pain management. CHANGE PAIN considers education and communication critical parts of its mission to support the enhancement of patient outcomes by improving pain management.