IASP PAIN, April 2019

IASP PAIN, April 2019

🕔13:52, 24.Apr 2019

  April 2019 Message from the IASP President Last summer I performed a survey among some of our most active volunteers to find out what they would like to see from IASP, and the number one wish was more educational material.

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2020 Call for Submissions: Symposia & Hands-On Workshops

2020 Call for Submissions: Symposia & Hands-On Workshops

🕔14:46, 16.Apr 2019

Submit a Symposium or Hands-On Workshop Proposal for the IASP 2020 World Congress on Pain! IASP is now accepting proposals for symposia and hands-on workshops for the IASP 2020 World Congress in Amsterdam. As an IASP member, you’re invited to submit!

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Are signs of central sensitisation in acute low back pain a precursor to poor outcome?

Are signs of central sensitisation in acute low back pain a precursor to poor outcome?

🕔11:48, 3.Apr 2019

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Join the Pain, Mind, & Movement SIG for a FREE Webinar on Pain-Related Fear.

Join the Pain, Mind, & Movement SIG for a FREE Webinar on Pain-Related Fear.

🕔08:39, 19.Mar 2019

Join The Pain, Mind, & Movement SIG for a FREE Webinar on Pain-Related Fear. Topic: Pain-Related Fear and the Process of Change in People with Chronic Back Pain Date: 21 March 2019 Featured Speaker: JP Caneiro JP Caneiro is a Specialist Physiotherapist and

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PainSA: Volume 14 Number 1

PainSA: Volume 14 Number 1

🕔08:27, 18.Mar 2019

Postoperative pain, analgesia, and recovery—bedfellows that cannot be ignored What makes surgical nerve injury painful? A 4-year to 9-year follow-up of patients with intercostobrachial nerve resection in women treated for breast cancer Psychosocial factors associated with persistent pain in people

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IASP PAIN, March 2019

IASP PAIN, March 2019

🕔08:17, 18.Mar 2019

March 2019 Message from the IASP President Pain research, science, and tools are constantly changing and continuing education has to be prioritized. Aside from the IASP World Congress on Pain, IASP also offers more intimate learning opportunities. Two upcoming opportunities

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EPM: March 2019 Newsletter

EPM: March 2019 Newsletter Updated

🕔13:09, 9.Mar 2019

  Welcome to the first 2019 Essential Pain Management Newsletter. In this edition, we have a number of indepth reports and updates from EPM around the word. We think this demonstrates the true versatility of EPM, where we are able

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A Pattern Language of Compassion in Intensive Care & Palliative Care Contexts

A Pattern Language of Compassion in Intensive Care & Palliative Care Contexts

🕔13:07, 8.Mar 2019

Abstract Background: Compassion has been identified as important for therapeutic relationships in clinical medicine however there have been few empirical studies looking at how compassion is expressed different contexts. The purpose of this study was to explore how context impacts

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Symptom perception, placebo effects, and the Bayesian brain

Symptom perception, placebo effects, and the Bayesian brain

🕔07:59, 27.Feb 2019

The standard and ideal biomedical model of symptom perception treats the brain largely as a passive stimulus-driven organ. It embraces the notion that the brain absorbs sensory signals from the body and converts them, directly, into conscious experience. Accordingly, biomedicine

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A New Classification of Chronic Pain for Better Patient Care and Research

A New Classification of Chronic Pain for Better Patient Care and Research

🕔13:28, 12.Feb 2019

IASP Working Group classification system developed for inclusion in the latest revision of the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases, offering promise to improve pain management, research and policy. After six years of work, an International Association for the

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