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Pain in Europe XI
Why you should attend:
- Pain in Europe is the largest scientific congress on pain in 2019.
- Pain in Europe shines a spotlight on current trends and future developments in pain medicine.
- Join the community of pain physicians and scientists, share cutting edge research and network with distinguished experts in the field.
- Renew your knowledge and clinical management skills through refresher sessions.
- Prepare for the European Diplomas in Pain Medicine and Pain Physiotherapy.
Deadline for Workshop
Proposal SubmissionMonday, 18 June 2018
OpensMonday, 3 September 2018
Registration and Accommodation
System Open November 2018
Abstract Submission Tuesday, 28 February 2019
Early Bird Registration
Deadline Thursday, 14 May 2019
Pain in Europe XI
Congress Dates 4 – 7 September 2019
this is invisible9:30 am – 3:30 pm
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The EFIC Education Platform offers you a selection of highlights from earlier congresses and other European Pain Federation educational events.
View the programme schedule of Pain in Europe XI by clicking on the options shown here. The congress programme will include various different active and interactive session formats such as: Educational Workshops, Scientific Symposia, Meet the Speakers, Special and Plenary Lectures, Young Investigators‘ Sessions and Refresher Courses.
- Pain in General
- Pain in Children
- Pain in the Elderly
- Pain in Vulnerable Groups
- Acute Pain
- Cancer Pain
- Central Neuropathic Pain
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Low Back Pain and Lumboradicular Pain
- Orofacial Pain
- Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Pain in the Neck and Cervicoradicular Pain
- Peripheral Neuropathic Pain
- Phantom Limb Pain
- Vascular Pain
- Visceral Pain
- Widespread Pain
Basics in Pain
- Anatomy and Physiology Somatosensory System
- Definition and Classification
- Digitization in Pain Management
- Education of Pain Care
- Ethics and Legal Issues
- Organisation of Clinical Pain Care
- Organisation of Research In Pain
- Societal Impact
Diagnosis & Measurement In Pain
- Clinical Diagnostics for the Assessment of Pain
- Instruments for the Assessment of Pain
- Measurement of Psychosocial Aspects of Pain
- Structural and Functional Imaging in Pain
- Complementary Medicine
- Interventional Blockade Therapies
- Multidisciplinary Programs
- Neuromodulative Therapies
- Palliative Care
- Pharmacological Therapies
- Physical/Occupational Therapies
- Psychological Therapies
- Rehabilitation Therapies
- Surgical Therapies