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19-20 September 2024 at Warwick Conferences 

We warmly invite you to join us at the National Acute Pain Symposium on 19-20 September 2024, at Warwick Conferences. With a great educational programme, range of options for delegate registration, opportunities to engage with the trade and enjoy the now legendary NAPS Social evening and Awards, NAPS is an unmissable event for those who work in Acute Pain and Pain Management.

NAPS remains a Not for Profit Event and we have held our prices for several years, so although you may notice a small increase in pricing for 2024, this is to reflect the increased costs of the venue, and associated costs. NAPS remains a worthwhile investment in your medical education and we look forward to welcoming you to the event.

The Programme for 2024

Thursday 19 September 2024

  • Medications For Procedural Pain | Penthrox/Entonox | Karin Cannons

  • Pain Relief In Acute Pancreatitis  | Mike Goulden

  • Credentialing/EFIC Exams AHP’s/Validation | Hoo Kee Tsang   & Flick Cox

  • Ten Years As Editor Of The British Journal Of Pain: My Favourite Papers | Flick Cox

  • Inequalities In Pain Management | Nyasha Mutsonziwa

  • Explaining Pain To Patients | Emily Haigh

  • Poster Viewing Session  | Patient Experience: Acute Pain After Knee Surgery | Colette Wharton & David Crabtree

  • Pain In Art | Rupert Dickens

  • Drinks Reception & Meet The Speakers / NAPS Social & Awards Dinner                                    

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Friday 20 September 2024

  • Pain In Special Populations And Circumstances | Emma Davies

  • Ask The Experts

  • Poster Viewing Session 

  • Pain And Psychiatry In The Acute Setting | Zehanah Izmeth And Isabel Paz

  • Complaints – How To Avoid & Manage Them | Simon Gomersall

  • Poster Presentations      

  • Ketamine In The Management Of Complex Acute Pain | Gill Chumbley

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