FPM Study Days February 2023

Acute & In-hospital pain - comprehensive update

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Key details

Date: 21 to 22 February 2023 | 09:00 - 16:30

Location: London, RCoA

Availability: Places available

CPD credits: 10 (5 per day)

Join us this February in London for two days of updates and discussions from national and international speakers about acute and In-hospital pain.

Topics include designing complex pain services in hospitals, diagnosing neuropathic pain, genetics of pain, and many others.

See programme for details.

Please note that this is an in-person event only.

DAY 1

09:00-09:15 REGISTRATION
09:15-09:20 Welcome (Dr Dev Srivastava /Dr Adam Samways)
09:20-09:50

Anatomy and physiology of the pain system 

Speaker: Dr Kirsty Bannister

10:00-10:30

Designing an In-hospital complex pain service

Speaker: Dr Natasha Curran

10:40-11:10

A non-injected opioid analgesia protocol for acute pain crisis in adolescents and adults with sickle cell disease

Speaker: Dr Paul Telfer

11:20-11:40 BREAK
11:40-12:10

Pre Op Analgesics Optimisation 

Speakers: Dr Sailesh Mishra & Dr Ed Pugh

12:20-12:50

Diagnosing Neuropathic pain in the hospital/acute setting - a primer 

Speaker: Dr Sumit Gulati

12:50-13:50 LUNCH BREAK 
13:50-14:20

PEC Blocks vs LIA for Breast surgery - RCT results

Speaker: Dr Shiva Arava

14:30-15:00

Implications of nocebo in anaesthesia care

Speaker: Dr Kate Arrow

15:10-15:40 TEA BREAK
15:40-16:10

What the Public and Health Care Professional should know about pain after surgery

Speaker: Dr Matthew Brown

16:10-16:20 DISCUSSION, FEEDBACK & CLOSURE

 

DAY 2

09:00-09:15 REGISTRATION
09:15-09:20 Welcome (Dr Dev Srivastava /Dr Adam Samways )
09:20-09:50

Neuroimmune interactions in pain 

Speaker: Dr Franziska Denk

10:00-10:30

Genetics of pain

Speaker: Dr Dev Srivastava

10:40-11:10

Single-shot spinal diamorphine for laparoscopic nephrectomy: A retrospective study

Speaker: Dr Rupert Vicary-Watts

11:20-11:40 BREAK
11:40-12:10

Interventions for the prevention or treatment of epidural-related maternal fever: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Speaker: Dr Anna Cartledge

12:20-12:50

Implementation of the FPM Surgery and Opioid guidance: PART 1

Speaker: Dr Joellene Mitchell

12:50-13:50 LUNCH BREAK 
13:50-14:20

Implementation of the FPM Surgery and Opioid guidance: PART 2

Speaker: Dr Katrina Dick

14:30-15:00

Development and external validation of multivariable models to predict patient-reported outcomes after lumbar spine surgery

Speaker: Dr Christopher Brown

15:10-15:40 TEA BREAK
15:40-16:10

Mentoring for trainees

Speaker: Dr Nancy Redfern

16:10-16:20 DISCUSSION, FEEDBACK & CLOSURE

 

**Programme subject to change**

Pricing

  Member/Fellow Trainee/Nurse Senior Fellows Student/ Foundation year Non Members
1 day £195 £150 £100 £60 £260
2 days £380 £285 £145 £110 £505