CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE & CME CERTIFICATE:
An email has been sent to all registered participants with a link to complete an online survey. Once you have completed the survey, you will be able to view and download your certificate. The survey serves to help us prepare an even better congress in 2021. We appreciate your contribution. If you have trouble with this survey, or if you have not received the email, please contact us.
Key sessions were livestreamed and the recordings will soon be hosted on the EFIC Education Platform. Please ensure you create an account with the platform and check back in October to view these sessions.
You can already view now the series of ‘patient plenary’ interviews we organised with key speakers via Facebook Live. The interviewees were asked to explain their work and key pain concepts in language that would be understood by patients or the general public. These videos have already received over 30,000 views.
ABSTRACTS AND E-POSTERS:
The abstract book and e-posters will be hosted online for future citation purposes. We will contact all presenters and aim to have these published online by October. Please get in touch if you have any questions or if you have any objections at this stage to your research being published in this way.
Meet the Speakers
Stannard, CathyNational Health Service Pain Consultant
Sandrini, Prof. GiorgioDirector of University Centre for Adaptive Disorders and Headache
Galosi MD, EleonoraSapienza University Rome
Coppieters PhD, IrisVrije Universiteit Brussel
Huygen MD, Prof. FrankErasmus University Rotterdam
Varela MD PhD EDPM DESA, NicolasUniversity of Navarra
Padilla del Rey, Maria LuzHospital General Universitario Santa Lucía
Voets PhD, Prof. ThomasUniversity of Leuven
Why Attend Pain In Europe XI
Pain in Europe XI is the largest scientific congress on pain in 2019, bringing together the most recognized experts in the field of pain medicine to exchange knowledge, ideas and the latest advances in the field. Here is how #EFIC2019 will be “Bringing the Future to the Present”:
- A scientific programme with dedicated sessions for all EFIC specialities: neurologists, pain specialists, anesthesiologists, nurses, physio-therapists, psychologists and other allied professionals
- Young Investigator Sessions providing opportunities for younger & upcoming researchers
- Sesiones en Español dedicated to Spanish speaking professionals
- Refresher Courses featuring important fundamentals of pain science
- Patient-centric sessions identified by patient representatives
- European Diplomas in Pain Medicine and Pain Physiotherapy preparatory sessions
- Amazing Networking Events
The #EFIC2019 Scientific Programme is as diverse as its audience. Here are selected sessions:
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF “EXPLAIN PAIN” IN THE TREATMENT ALGORITHM OF PAIN
L. Moseley (Australia)
THE GLOBAL APPROACH TO PAIN POLICY
L. Arendt-Nielsen (Denmark)
NOT QUITE IDEAL OBSERVERS: HOW WE LEARN ABOUT PAIN
K. Wiech (United Kingdom)
THE FUTURE IS NOW: DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES FROM ASSESSMENT TO TREATMENT
S.A. Boudreau (Denmark)
THE PAEDIATRIC PERIOD: DIAGNOSTIC UNCERTAINTY IN YOUTH WITH CHRONIC PAIN AND THEIR PARENTS
M. Noel (Canada)
PAIN PSYCHOLOGY COMING OF AGE: FOUNDATIONS, EVIDENCE, AND INNOVATIONS
A. Williams (United Kingdom)
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