The Full Programme for 2021
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All content from the 2021 Programme will be available to stream
live during the event, and post event, at your leisure. Bookings for post event content will not open until 1 October 2021.
Wednesday 22 September 2021
09.15 Introduction & Welcome
09.30 Pre-op Opioids and Surgical Outcome with Prof Pam Macintyre
10.15 Pain Management in the Emergency Department with Dr Liza Keating
10.55 Refreshment Break
11.10 Cannabinoids: A Road of Discovery with Dr Renée McCulloch
11.50 Acupuncture in PONV with Ruth Roddison
14.00 Off-piste Routes for Methadone with Dr Renée McCulloch
14.40 Pain and the microbiome with Dr Gillian Chumbley
15.20 Refreshment Break
15.35 Working with Patients Who Are Survivors of Torture with Daniel Board
16.15 The Debate: Should modified-release opioids be removed from ERAS protocols? with Dr Jane Quinlan and Dr Mark Rockett
17.15 Review of Day One and Close
18.30 Live Delegates Drinks Reception (Dining times to be confirmed)
19.00 NAPS Awards Presentations Live & Via Zoom
Parallel Session for GP’s: Wednesday 22 September
14.00 Introduction & Welcome
14.10 Weaning Opioids in Chronic Pain with Dr Jane Quinlan
14.50 Psychological Support for Patients with Chronic Pain with Dr Eleanor Bull
15.30 Refreshment Break
15.45 Flippin' Pain presents Mind Your Flippin’ Language with Prof Cormac Ryan
16.45 Review, Thank You & Close
Thursday 23 September 2021
08.00 Optional Sintetica Breakfast Session
09.30 Ask the Experts Panel Session: Prof Pam Macintyre, Felicia Cox and Dr Eleanor Bull
10.30 Poster Presentations
11.30 Refreshment Break
11.45 Ethics of Pain Management & Substance Dependence with Dr Georgina Morley
12.25 The Impact of Language in Pain with Prof. Cormac Ryan
13.05 Lunch and APSIG Meeting (Live & Virtual)
14.05 Faculty of Pain Medicine Discussion with Dr Emma Baird
14.30 The National Acute Pain Symposium Workshops
The Top Five Pain Publications and How to Write for Publication with Felicia Cox
Clinical Hypnotherapy Techniques for Pain Management with Dr Ann Williamson
Essential Pain Management & Training the Trainer with Martin Galligan
Pamela Macintyre Prof Macintyre has been the Director of the Acute Pain Service (APS) at the Royal Adelaide Hospital since 1989. Pamela will deliver two keynote lectures, including Pre-op Opiods and Surgical Outcomes and participate in our Ask the Experts Panel.
Professor Cormac Ryan Cormac is Flippin’ Pain’s frontman- the Community Pain Champion. Outside of Flippin’ Pain he is Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation at Teesside University and will be looking at the Language of Pain and delivering an interactive session with patients.
Georgina Morley PhD is Director of the Nursing Ethics Program (NursE Program), an innovative collaborative program between the Center for Bioethics and the Nursing Institute. Title: Ethics of Pain & Drug Dependence
Felicia Cox is the lead nurse specialist and head of pain services at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. Title: The Top Five Pain Publications from the past year and a dedicated workshop session on writing for publication
Dr Gillian Chumbley is the consultant nurse for the pain service at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. Title: Pain and the Microbiome
Dr Renee McCulloch Consultant in Paediatric Palliative Medicine, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust. Title 1: We need to talk about cannabis. Title 2: Off-piste routes for methadone.
Dr Liza Keating ICM Training Director and Consultant in Intentsive Care Medicine, Royal Berkshire Hospital. Title: Pain Management in ED
Daniel Board Specialist Pain Physiotherapist at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Trust. Title: Working with Patients Who Are Survivors of Torture
Ruth Roddison, Nurse Specialist at Rotherham Hospital Acupuncture in PONV plus an opportunity to experience this up close and personal
Dr Ann Williamson from the BSCAH will be oncee again delivering the highly popular workshop on Clinical Hypnotherapy Techniques for Pain Management.
Martin Galligan is a lecturer at The Royal Marsden School with a focus on advanced practice and symptom management Essential Pain Management & Training the Trainer.