South Thames Acute Pain Group

 

Abstracts 2010

Author Abstract    

Mr Tony Kemp
Immediate Care Responder,
South East Coast Immediate Care Scheme (SIMCAS);
Vice Chairman,
British Association of Immediate Care (BASICS)

Managing pain in the pre-hospital immediate care setting

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Lt Col Dominic Aldington,
Consultant in Pain Medicine,
Pain Relief Unit,
Churchill Hospital,
Oxford.

A 13,000 mile , 30 year Pain Service

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Professor Tara Renton,
Kings College,
London.

Pain in the Brain: developing a biomarker for human pain

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Mr Mark Thomas,
Consultant in spinal and orthopaedic surgery,
Frimley Park Hospital,
Surrey.

Surgical options for acute back pain

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Professor Molly Courtenay &
Ms Karen Stenner
,
University of Surrey.

Parallel Session A

What are nurses prescribing for pain?

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Dr Caroline Jenkins &
Ms Inge Bateman,
Acute Pain Service,
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust.

Parallel Session B

Enhanced recovery for colorectal patients

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Professor Tony Dickenson, University College,
London.

Recent advances in neuropharmacology related to acute pain management

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Dr Chris Godeseth,
Medical Protection Society,
London.

A pain in the wallet- why do patients sue healthcare professionals?

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Dr Julie Bruce,
Principal Research Fellow, University of Warwick.

Prevalence and risk factors for chronic pain after surgery

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Mrs Liz Robinson,
Lead Nurse Pain Services,
Great Ormond Street Hospital for children,
NHS Trust,
London.

Managing the child with acute pain within an adult hospital

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Complex Patient Session

 

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2010 STAPG Conference Brochure

 

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