FPM Pragmatic Management of Chronic Pain Study Day

FPM members face significant challenges in delivering effective pain management for complex chronic pain patients in view of various national pain guidelines for pain management.  This meeting will focus on a pragmatic approach for managing an individual with persistent and disabling pain. The aim of the meeting will be to generate discussion between delegates and experienced faculty to formulate a pragmatic, clinical management plan based on current published literature and clinical experience.

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Key details

Date: 8 June 2022 | 09:00 - 16:30

Location: London, Royal College of Anaesthetists, London

Availability: Places available

Clinical content lead(s): Dr Manohar Sharma and Dr Devjit Srivastava

CPD credits: 5

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS AN IN PERSON EVENT AT THE RCoA AND CAN NOT BE ACCESSED ONLINE

FPM members face significant challenges in delivering effective pain management for complex chronic pain patients in view of various national pain guidelines for pain management.  This meeting will focus on a pragmatic approach for managing an individual with persistent and disabling pain.  The aim of the meeting will be to generate discussion between delegates and experienced faculty to formulate a pragmatic clinical management plan based on current published literature and clinical experience.  

Emphasis of the sessions will be on the promotion of evidence-based pain management options and a pragmatic, patient centred approach utilising interdisciplinary set up to facilitate effective and realistic pain management in challenging clinical scenarios.

  • 09:00 Registration and refreshments
  • 09:20 Rationale for pragmatic pain management approach in pain medicine | Dr Paul Wilkinson, Newcastle
  • 09:45 Update on refractory Low back pain:
    - Role of Restorative Neurostimulation, clinical indications and outcomes | Dr Simon Thomson
    - Role of Radiofrequency denervation | Dr Tom Haag
    - Role of Neuromodulation, clinical indications and outcomes | Dr Ganesan Baranidharan
    - Role of spine fusion surgery | Dr Birenda Balain, Oswestry
  • 11:15 Break
  • 11:45 Cancer related pain: interactive case discussion:
    - Palliative medicine perspective | Dr Kate Marley, Liverpool
    - Pain Medicine Perspective | Dr Manohar Sharma, Liverpool
  • 13:00 Lunch break
  • 14:00 Long COVID: interactive case discussion:
    - COVID patient journey and experience | Mrs Simone Lorenz-Weir
    - Long COVID syndrome | Dr Thanthullu Vasu, Leicester
    - Long COVID Rheumatologists perspective | Dr James Francis 
  • 15:15 Cannabinoids for chronic pain: Current evidence and clinical practice
    - Evidence, personal clinical perspective and outcomes from clinical experience | Dr Alan Fayaz
    - Evidence, personal clinical perspective and outcomes from clinical experience | Dr Chad Taylor
  • 16:30 Close of meeting

 

Prices:

Consultant/SAS Member: £190
Trainee/MTI: £142.50
Nurse £95
Student: £68
Non-member: £237.50

Sponsor

We would like to thank our sponsor Mainstay Medical 

Sponsors and exhibitors at our events purely support the commercial aspects of the event and join us for the benefit of our members, fellows and delegates. Our sponsors do not have input into the design of the programme or the content of any presentations, slides, workshops or talks. 

 

If you are interested in sponsoring our event, please email: contact@fpm.ac.uk