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Study Days, Seminars & Events

December 2020

Interventional Approaches for Cancer - Related Pain & Acute Pain and Persistent Post Surgical Pain Two Day Virtual Conference

10-11 December 2020, Virtual Conference


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Interventional Approaches for Cancer - Related Pain &am
 Acute Pain and Persistent Post Surgical Pain Two Day Virtual Conference

Day 1 - Thursday 10th December 2020 Interventional Approaches for Cancer Related Pain

The aim of this day is to define the role of interventional approaches in the treatment of cancer pain. Professor Ahmedzai will outline the historical development of the use of nerve blocks in cancer pain and discuss how such techniques can be applied as part of a modern integrated approach.

We have a number of speakers who will then specifically present the indications for a variety of anaesthetic, neurosurgical and orthopaedic interventions. The role of spinal cord stimulators and intrathecal opioid infusions will also be presented.

The day's lectures will provide a modern overview of the use of these techniques in the management of pain in cancer patients.

The Day will be of value to doctors and nurses from anaesthesia, palliative care and other disciplines involved in the treatment of cancer patients.

Day 2 - Friday 11th December 2020 Acute Pain and Persistent Post Surgical Pain

This study day outlines the latest treatments in acute pain. Speakers will present the latest treatments in acute pain and will present the evidence-base for these treatments.

The day will also include talks on persistent post surgical pain and its prevention. During this time of Covid 19, we present an up to date picture of how the pandemic affects acute and chronic pain practice.

The Day will be an opportunity for doctors and nurses from anaesthesia, pain and palliative care practices to be updated on the latest treatments in acute pain and persistent pain following surgery.

Cost:

Day 1 & Day 2 Sessions: £120 per delegate
1 Session only: £60 per delegate

CPD accreditation applied for from the Royal College of Physicians

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Interventional Approaches for Cancer - Related Pain &am
	 Acute Pain and Persistent Post Surgical Pain Two Day Virtual Conference

 
 
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