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Polskie Towarzystwo Badania Bólu

Polish Association for the Study of Pain

Polskie Towarzystwo Badania Bólu

Polish Association for the Study of Pain

PTBB

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Department of Anatomy, St George's, University of London, United Kingdom

THE 13TH ESRA RA-UK Ultrasound in Pain Medicine Course will take place on 20-21 March 2020 at St George's Hospital, University of London. An international faculty of experts will teach the latest techniques in ultrasound-guided interventional procedures for chronic pain with live model and cadaver scanning workshops.

Following a hugely successful CONy 2019 held in Madrid, Spain, with over 1,100 delegates from more than 70 countries, our upcoming CONy 2020 in London promises to be CONy’s biggest and brightest yet.
 
What makes CONy stand out compared to other medical congresses are the differences in structure and focus. Conferences are generally informative, but there is often only limited time for thorough and critical discussions. CONy provides a platform for international experts to discuss and compare experiences, thus closing the gap between the expansion of knowledge and its dissemination and use. By having this debate style structure, the congress has become a major annual event for members of the neurological community. The popularity and increasing relevance of the topics and debates explored during this annual congress has bore many other offshoot meetings, focused on various topics.
 

This 2019 Global Year Against Pain in the Most Vulnerable focuses on the following vulnerable populations:

Pain in older persons (including pain in dementia)

Pain in infants and young children

Pain in individuals with cognitive impairments (non dementia-related) or psychiatric disorders

Pain in survivors of torture

The British Pain Society would like to invite all healthcare professionals to attend its 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM), which will be held at the Park Plaza Riverbank on Tuesday 31st March - Thursday 2nd April 2020.

The multidisciplinary nature of the Society's is pivotal to the continuing success of its Annual Scientific Meeting, which has attracted an average of over 500 healthcare professionals to its previous five Meetings. This multidisciplinary nature is reflected throughout the scientific programme, with lecture, workshop and seminar topics chosen specifically to be of interest to all participants, whatever their specialty.

 

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