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The IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain took place from 19-23 September 2022, in Toronto, Canada. As a part of the World Congress Virtual Program, IASP will host eleven Post-Congress webinars. These webinars will provide registrants with practical reviews of current research and therapies surrounding pain and will feature live Q&A sessions with international experts in pain management and pain research. The Virtual Program is available to all IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain registered attendees (i.e., both in-person and virtual registrants).
There are three pricing tiers for this Post-Congress webinar:
1) FREE to all IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain registered attendees (registrants must enter the promo code provided via email during checkout).
2) $5.00 USD for all IASP members that did not register to attend the IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain.
3) $25.00 USD for all IASP non-members that did not register to attend the IASP 2022 World Congress on Pain.
Patient Engagement in Preclinical Research
Through interview and discussion, this second Post-Congress webinar will bring to life what lived experience of pain means (how people's lives are affected by their pain and the choices that they make as a result) and why it is important that lived experience is integrated into pain research, education, knowledge dissemination, and treatment.
Patient engagement involves meaningful collaboration between researchers and Patient Partners to co-create research. We will draw upon examples from our experiences of how to set priorities, roles, and responsibilities for successful collaboration and discuss how to overcome barriers to patient engagement.
After an initial introduction, we aim to provide the audience the opportunity to drive the conversation, allowing them to raise their thoughts, concerns, and ideas about how researchers and patients can work more closely together.
-- Joletta Belton, MSc, Global Alliance of Partners for Pain Advocacy
-- Manoj Lalu, MD, PhD, FRCPC, University of Ottawa, Canada
-- Nadia Soliman, PhD, Imperial College London, UK (moderator)
Learning Objectives (Upon Completion):
- Recognize the importance of patient engagement to inform preclinical research.
- Illustrate how people with lived experience can support identification of research priorities, design, and conduct of research.
- Identify barriers for effective preclinical researcher/Patient Partner collaboration.