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The IASP Pain Research Forum will host a seminar with James McAuley, PhD, University of New South Wales and Neuroscience Research Australia. A Q&A session moderated by Adrian Traeger, PhD, University of Sydney, Australia, will follow the presentation.
Educating patients about their pain is an important part of clinical management. Over the last 15 years, pain education has evolved to become a stand-alone intervention, sometimes called Explain Pain, Pain Neuroscience Education or Pain Biology Education. Although commonly used in clinical practice, there is some uncertainty whether pain education is effective, and if it is, for whom? This talk from Dr. McAuley will use data from a recently published randomised controlled trial of pain education for acute low back pain to understand how clinicians might optimise the effects of pain education.