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CRPS Special Interest Group Satellite Meeting: Personalized and Mechanistic Management of CRPS


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This satellite meeting of IASP's Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Special Interest Group will include presentations exploring the latest updates on pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches to managing CRPS. Topics will include personalized approaches, factors affecting treatment response, and virtual reality. The full satellite meeting program will be circulated to registrants at a later date.

Confirmed Speakers Include:

-- Michael Ferraro, Centre for Pain IMPACT, Neuroscience Research Australia, Sydney, Australia
Efficacy and safety of bisphosphonates in complex regional pain syndrome

-- Andreas Goebel, PhD, and Selina Johnson, PhD, University of Liverpool, UK
CRPS Assist - The European Pain Federation web-app for CRPS rehabilitation in the community

-- Heike Rittner, MD, University of Wuerzburg, Germany
Factors that govern pain resolution

-- Candy McCabe, PhD, RGN, University of the West of England Bristol, UK Development of a Sensory Training System (STS) for use at home by people with CRPS: lessons learned

-- Alison Llewellyn, PhD, University of the West of England Bristol, UK
Recommendations to optimize therapists’ management of CRPS in England

-- Jenny Lewis, PhD, University of the West of England Bristol, UK
Augmented reality and body representation in CRPS: manipulation, modulation and mechanisms

-- Julie Russell, MD, Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust, UK

-- Tara Packham, PhD, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada
Graded exposure and how it differs across professions

-- Jee Youn Moon, MD, Seoul National University Hospital, South Korea
Positive factors for sympathetic blockade in CRPS

-- Paul Austin, PhD, University of Sydney, Australia
High-parameter cutaneous imaging and ultrahigh resolution neural imaging in CRPS

-- Keith Smart, PhD, University College of Dublin, Ireland
A methodological framework to optimize the quality of clinical trials of interventions for CRPS

Registration Instructions:

1) There are four pricing tiers for this satellite meeting. After identifying your selection, please input the applicable coupon code upon checkout (as necessary):

A. Meeting registration only = $50 USD (Coupon Code - CRPS1)
B. Meeting registration and dinner = $70 USD
C. Trainee meeting registration only = $25 USD (Coupon Code - CRPS2)
D. Trainee meeting registration and dinner = $35 USD (Coupon Code - CRPS3)

2) Independently procure accommodation as necessary.

Affordable accommodation is available through the University of Bath starting from £70 per person per night. Rooms are available both on campus (where the conference will take place) or in the city center (where dinner will be held).

3) Independently procure travel to the University of Bath and/or the
IASP 2024 World Congress on Pain.

See here for information on how to travel to the city of Bath, and how to get to the University of Bath campus from the city center.

Travel options from Bath to Amsterdam for the IASP 2024 World Congress on Pain include:
  • Flights from neighboring Bristol to Amsterdam's Schiphol airport
  • A train from Bath to London, and then the Eurostar to Amsterdam.

August 3, 2024
Sat 12:00 PM BST
University of Bath, Bath, Somerset, UK Claverton Down Bath BA2 7AY Somerset, England, UK

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Duration 7H 0M

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