NAPS Welcomes GP's
Wednesday 22 September 2021 from 2.00pm to 16.45pm
The National Acute Pain Symposium has introduced an specialist educational afternoon for
GP's, and we invite you to join us, safely, from home or from your practice. Our virtual platform
will allow engagement and the opportunity to ask questions and fully participate within
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
Dr Jane Quinlan
Dr Jane Quinlan studied medicine in London and initially trained in anaesthesia at St Thomas' and St Bartholomew's hospitals. She is currently a consultant in anaesthesia and pain management at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and is an honorary senior clinical lecturer at the University of Oxford.
Dr Eleanor Bull
A Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University and Route Lead for the MSc Health and Neuropsychology.
I'm a HCPC-registered, BPS chartered Health Psychologist and supervisor of stage 2 health psychology trainees completing their doctoral-level portfolio. I'm a public health practitioner with the Faculty of Public Health and a BABCP-registered CBT therapist.
Prof. Cormac Ryan
Cormac is Flippin’ Pain’s frontman- our Community Pain Champion. Outside of Flippin’ Pain he is Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation at Teesside University. As well as being incredibly knowledgeable about pain he is a great communicator and entertainer.
Flippin’ Pain™ is a public health campaign with a clear goal:
To change the way we think about, talk about and treat persistent pain.
Flippin’ your understanding of pain could change the lives of you and your loved ones forever.
We shall apply to the RCGP for CPD points for this session. The fee of £45 is for the individual registering for the meeting, but we have deliberately kept the talks short and relevant so that they can be shared at practice
meetings for the benefit of GPs and other staff who can't get to the symposium itself or view live on 22 September.