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  • Clinical Management of Chronic Pain :

     

    Liverpool Course on Clinical

    Management of Chronic Pain

    “A Practical Approach”

    3rd to 5th July 2014

     

    An advanced practical and interactive course in clinical pain management for Pain Professionals and trainees who are aiming to develop their skills of assessing and treating complex chronic pain patients. The course will offer those who attend, the opportunity to develop an evidence based approach to assessment, examination and formulation of diagnosis, and how to design a comprehensive management plan.
  • The course will be held at the Pain Relief Foundation (Clinical Sciences Centre) and the Pain Clinic (Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery). Click here to see announcement, Click Here to view a detailed programme of events.

    Limited to 30 Participants



    Those who should attend are Anaesthetic, Neurosurgery and Pain Trainees. Pain Consultants, GPs with Special Interest in Pain Medicine, Advanced Nurse Practitioners and Senior Physiotherapists with specialist interest in management of chronic pain.

    There will be clinics, theatre and Pain Management Programme sessions, a Grand Round and symposia on: Demonstration Clinics, Practical Pain Imaging, Case Presentations, Managing Common Pain Problems, The Pain Clinician’s Role in Palliative Care, Manikin Hands-on Spinal Injection Techniques, Demonstration Theatres, How to Assess and Treat Patients, Pain Management Programme Therapy.


    REGISTRATION


    REGISTRATION FEE including lunches and course dinner: £450 if received at PRF before 1st May 2014, otherwise £500 if received at PRF after 1st May 2014.

    Click here to go to registration page where you can download a registration booklet containing a registration form which you can complete and return to us in the post. Or if you wish to register on-line click here to go to the on-line registration page. Please be aware of the Pain Relief Foundation’s Terms and Conditions.


    PARKING:

    Parking space on the Aintree site is very congested. 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 per day.

    PAYMENTS & CANCELLATIONS:

    The transaction will be shown on your credit card statement as "The Pain Relief Foundation". Refund of registration fees will be made ONLY if notice of cancellation is made BEFORE 1st May 2014, less an administrative charge of 10%.

  • CONTACT: Mrs Brenda Hall
    Pain Relief Foundation.
    Tel: 0151 529 5822
    Fax: 0151 529 5821

    CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

    Royal College of Anaesthetists CEPD and Revalidation Matrix Category

    2E03 Basic assessment and management of chronic pain.
    3E00 “Specialist interest area in Pain Medicine”.

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The Pain Relief Foundation
Clinical Sciences Centre, University Hospital Aintree, Lower Lane, Liverpool, L9 7AL
Tel: 0151 529 5820     Fax: 0151 529 5821    
Registered Charity No: 277732