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This webinar is being produced through a collaboration of IASP's Pain Registries Special Interest Group and Acute Pain Special Interest Group.
The mission of IASP's Acute Pain Special Interest Group is to advance and promote the understanding of mechanisms, assessment, prevention, and management of acute pain. Pain registries serve as an important tool in achieving this mission, as they lead to a better understanding of treatment benefits in certain populations or different pain entities, and can help identify the effectiveness of specific treatment procedures or polypharmacy remedies. As such, continued collaboration between groups specializing in these areas can help lead to better patient-reported outcomes.
This webinar is a collaboration between IASP's Pain Registries and Acute Pain Special Interest Group’s showcasing recent developments. Four speakers will present best practices in pain registries on acute pain and beyond. The development and further expansion of pain registries will be described. Also, we will discuss how data is collected and what research questions can be answered with the help of the data in the registry. Furthermore, speakers will discuss the limits of the pain registry data and elaborate on benefits for patient care. The presentations will include both early-career and established researchers from the USA, UK, and Australia. They will cover topics such as outcomes from the electronic Persistent Pain Outcomes Collaboration (ePPOC) and Translational Biorepository, establishing a registry of all pain registries, and a multi-center assessment of pain outcomes from day case surgery. Plenty of time will be allowed for discussion.
-- David Holloway, PhD, University of Wollongong NSW, Australia
A Decade of Collecting Chronic Pain Outcomes in Australia
-- Eleanor Whittaker, MD, Institute of Naval Medicine, Gosport, UK
On Setting Up a Registry of Pain Registries
-- Shad B. Smith, PhD, Duke University Medical Center, North Carolina, USA
Mechanistic Classification of Chronic Pain Patients Using Biorepository Data Collection in a Clinical Setting
-- Adam Brayne, MD, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, UK
The POPPY Study: Patient Reported Outcomes, Postoperative Pain, and Pain Relief in Day Case Surgery