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Please note that this service is available only to people who are currently or have previously been under the pain service.
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Tune in....to a Chronic Pain online seminar for FREE!
The patient Liaison Comittee are holding a FREE online seminar for you to tune in to. You can take part by registering for free below and joining us on the 18th at 11am. The presentations will be broken into two 45 min slots with a 30 min break in the middle - just in time to grab a sandwich and a cup of something hot.
We will be starting off with a joint presentation by the British Pain Society’s President Andrew Baranowski and the Chair of the Patient Liaison Committee Antony Chuter. They will present to you how the BPS is going to be raising awareness of Chronic Pain in the UK this year with it’s ‘Pain Less’ campaign, there will be opportunities to ask questions over the web and for Andrew and Antony to reply in real time.
At 12:15 Ms Fran Toye will be presenting the ‘Sir Michael Bond’ Lecture - which will have a theme linked to the ‘Pain Less’ campaign. There will be an opportunity for questions to Fran after her talk, again all online and real time.
Both presentations will available on You Tube a short time afterwards, so if you can’t join us, you will be able to view them there
11.00 - 11.45
Pain Less Campaign: Raising awareness of Chronic Pain in the UK
Dr Andrew Baranowski, President of The British Pain Society & Mr Antony Chuter, Chair of the Patient Liaison Committee
12.15 - 13.00
Presentation 2 The Sir Michael Bond Lecture
Struggling to be me with chronic pain
Dr Fran Toye, Qualitative Research Lead, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford.
To register for free please click https://www.britishpainsociety.org/meeting-booking/patient-liaison-committee-online-seminar/?
Posted at 16:36 on 13/01/2017