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Welcome to the National Acute Pain Symposium Archive

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Winner:  Chronic and complex pain workload of inpatient pain services (CHIPS) Dr Mark Rockett Derriford Hospital Plymouth | Suchitra Kanagasundaram Peterborough & Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust



2nd Place: We need to talk about pain in pre-operative assessment

Dr Sarah Mortimer North Bristol NHS Trust | Ms Danielle Swigg North Bristol NHS Trust


3rd Place: Peri and post-operative use of gabapentiniods for neuropathic pain after Trauma& Orthopaedic and Vascular surgery.

Dr Emma Baird & Jenny Grey Lancashire Teaching Hospitals


Highly commended:  Acute pain service of today – transitioning to a transitional pain service

Dr Andy NG | Angela Nield | Shin Hann Chia | Blacpool Teaching Hospitals



What's New in Acute Pain

Prof. Richard Langford

The role of the physiotherapist in the inpatient pain team | Jackie Walumbe

Lidocaine for surgical pain

Dr Beth Perritt

The Transitional Pain Service for Post-Surgical Pain: Lessons Learned from Toronto General Hospital

Dr Aliza Weinrib 

Pain education | Dr Emma Briggs

Troy - the patient with acute or chronic pain | Dr Abdul Lalkhen 

 Paediatric Pain | Dr Glyn Williams

Post Amputation Pain Management

Dr Rita Singh


Gabapentinoids: A place in acute pain

or not? Prof Roger Knaggs

The Mind Matters: Psychological Approaches to Acute Pain Management Dr Aliza Weinrib

Psychological interventions before elective surgery redacted version Eleanor Bull

Essential Pain Management

Train The Trainer

Sharon Kitcatt/Martin Galligan

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