Date: January 19, 2018
Time: 08:30 to 17:30
Place: Clinical Sciences Centre University Hospital Aintree Lower Lane Liverpool L9 7AL
The Aim of this study day is to promote awareness and education regarding management of Female Abdomino-Pelvic Pain, which is otherwise very difficult to treat with conventional means. This study day will help the attendees develop knowledge around the variety of interventional and management options for women with pelvic pain, including representation of the MDT approach that is widely advocated. It also aims to support the management of patients within secondary and primary care settings and to identify when to refer to specialised services. This study day will provide ample opportunity for discussion also including interactive workshops covering case studies to demonstrate patient’s journey
Dr Rajiv Chawla, Consultant in Pain Medicine & Neuromodulation, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UK
Dr Natalia Lane, Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool, UK
Click here to see a detailed programme of events.
Who Should Attend:
Pain Medicine, Gynaecology Trainees and/or Consultants. GPs with Special Interest in Pain Medicine or Pelvic Pain Management, Nurses and AHPs with Specialist Interest in the management of Chronic Pelvic Pain.
£50 – Consultants, Doctors, GPs
£25 – Trainee doctors, Nurses, Physiotherapists, AHPs
Payments & Cancellation:
The transaction will be shown on your credit/debit card statement as “The Pain Relief Foundation”. Refund of registration fees will be made ONLY if notice of cancellation is made BEFORE 1st December 2017, less an administrative charge of 10%.
Click here to register online – Consultants, Doctors, GP’s
Click here to register online – Trainee doctors, Nurses, Physiotherapists, AHPs
If you would like to donate to the Pain Relief Foundation, please click here
There are 1100 parking spaces available in the multi-storey car-park adjacent to the Clinical Sciences Centre. Other car-parks are scattered in various other places around the hospital including a large open car-park at the rear entrance to the hospital. All parking areas cost £5.50 per day.