Latest News on #NAPS30
Delegate Registration Open for 2020
Professor Stephan Schug Confirmed as Keynote Speaker for 2020
Winning Abstracts from #NAPS2019 Uploaded to the British Pain Journal
#NAPS2020 Returns to Manchester for the 30th Anniversary Event
AN IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING NAPS2020
Please note that The National Acute Pain Symposium set for this September, has been postponed to September 2021. We will update the website in due course and open registration prior to Christmas. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of the NHS Staff for their hard work and dedication during this difficult time.
MAINTAIN YOUR PROFESSIONAL EDUCTION ONLINE
Maintaining your professional education and knowledge surrounding Acute Pain, remains at the core of the NAPS team, and therefore we are pleased to introduce a new series of free online lectures, from a raft of renowned speakers. Each of these will be 30 minutes in length, and will be available for you to download and watch in your own time. You can also contact and pose questions for up to four weeks after each lecture is released.
This invaluable series will run over the coming months, and whilst we don't want to announce a formal schedule and put those who are kindly supporting this initiative with any time pressure or deadlines, we will be announcing each one on our social media channels, so please make sure you are following us on Twitter or on Facebook.
Please don't forget that you can access the NAPS Archive at any timeto review previous lecture notes and winning abstracts. Please click the box to access the library.
If you have any questions please contact Paula who will be happy to help
15 June 2020
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Discharge Analgesia and Opioid Dependence: how best can we protect our patients?"
Dr Jane Quinlan
Social Media for Healthcare Professionals
Essential Pain Management
Train the Trainer
Martin Galligan & Sharon Kitcatt
Hynosis in Acute & Procedural Pain
Dr Caron Moores