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Here is your chance to ask Dr. Francis Keefe ANYTHING you want!
Maybe you’d like to ask Frank about his latest research in pain psychology, including recent work evaluating the efficacy of behavioral treatments for pain (for example, training in pain coping skills, partner-assisted approaches to managing pain, mindfulness-based interventions, strategies for combining training in pain coping skills with weight management). You might be interested in how he and his team have tailored these treatments for people suffering from cancer-related pain, arthritis pain, other chronic pain conditions and for patients dealing with acute pain due to medical procedures (for example, breast biopsy).
You might also like to ask Frank about his work training non-psychologists (physical therapists, occupational therapists, nurses, social workers) to deliver training in pain coping skills. Perhaps you’re interested in Frank’s thoughts about the pain psychology field more broadly – where is it now, and where is it going?
Frank is the Editor-in-Chief of PAIN and you can ask him about the world of scientific publishing and its latest developments. How to develop a career in pain research and other tips for trainees can be on the agenda too. You could even ask Frank about playing the upright jazz bass and his favorite long-distance bicycle routes – anything and everything is fair game!
Join us on March 23 for what promises to be a stimulating and enlightening event – and a lot of fun, too!