2020 Australian Pain Society 40th Annual Scientific Meeting
The Scientific Program Committee is thrilled to have procured three most impressive international speakers:
Professor John Cryan, from University College, Cork, Ireland, who’s current research focusses on the interaction between brain, gut and microbiome and how it applies to stress, psychiatric and immune-related disorders.
A/Professor Erin Krebs from University of Minnesota Medical School, USA. Her research addresses chronic pain and opioid analgesics.
Dr Janet Bultitude from the University of Bath in the UK, whose research interests are pain, attention and sensorimotor interactions, as well as neurorehabilitation, and the ‘neglect-like’ sensory system changes in complex regional pain syndrome.
They will be joined by an inspiring range of national and international speakers who will provide a veritable glance at the most complex, challenging, provocative and indeed interesting topic: Pain.
The NSANZ ASM is quickly establishing itself as the key neuromodulation conference and destination for forward thinking pain specialists from within the Asia Pacific region. The NSANZ 2020 meeting program will be led by a number of esteemed international and national guest speakers including Dr Jason Pope from Evolve Restorative Centre, USA, A/Professor Ganesan 'Barani' Baranidhran, from Leeds teaching Hospital NHS Trust, UK and Dr Ali Rezai from West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute. All three are considered world renowned key opinion leaders in pain management and neuromodulation; they have contributed significantly to the field of pain medicine and neuromodulation. They bring expertise in all forms of neuromodulation including spinal cord, dorsal root ganglion and peripheral nerve stimulation as well as up-to-date clinical research.
A number of well known national speakers will join our 3 international guests. The program will also include a number of break out sessions and a Cadaver Pre-Conference Workshop.
Descending the analgesic ladder: The how, when and why of opioid tapering for chronic pain
Pelvic Health & Education Evenings (Sydney)
The Women’s Health & Research Institute of Australia invites women with chronic pain to attend their monthly meetings, to promote health and wellbeing, and try strategies such as yoga and mindfulness. Each evening has a different theme.
For details about the next meeting and to book email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: WHRIA L12/97-99 Bathurst Street Sydney, 6.30-8.30pm