Industry Sessions

Thursday, 5 September 2019

ENDOCANNABINOID SIGNALLING AND ITS INVOLVEMENT IN PAIN

Exhibition Area

Open Forum organised by:Almirall

10:00 – 10:20

ENDOCANNABINOID SIGNALLING AND ITS INVOLVEMENT IN PAIN

Mauro Maccarrone (Italy)

FROM THEORY TO REAL WORLD EVIDENCE: WHAT CAN WE LEARN TO IMPROVE THE TREATMENT IN SEVERE CHRONIC PAIN? A NEW VIEW ON TAPENTADOL IN SEVERE CHRONIC PAIN

Auditorium 1A

Chair: Ralf Baron (Germany)

Symposium is organised and supported by:

12:15 – 12:20

CHAIR’S WELCOME

Ralf Baron (Germany)

12:20 – 12:35      

DOES THE MECHANISM OF ACTION MATTER IN TREATMENT OF PAIN?

Stephan Schug (Australia)

12:35 – 12:50

FROM MECHANISM OF ACTION TO CLINICAL BENEFIT: ATYPICAL OPIOID = TYPICAL OUTCOMES?

Ralf Baron (Germany)

12:50 – 13:10

TREATING PAIN WITH THE RIGHT ARMAMENTARIUM EARLY: DOES IT MAKE A DIFFERENCE?

Michael Überall (Germany)

13:10 – 13:35

TRANSLATING TRIAL AND RWE LEARNINGS TO CLINICAL PRACTICE: HOW TO EFFECTIVELY UTILIZE TAPENTADOL

Flaminia Coluzzi (Italy)

13:35 – 13:45

Q&A AND CLOSE

Ralf Baron (Germany)

COMMUNICATING PAIN SCIENCE, WITH PATIENTS AND FOR PATIENTS

Auditorium 4C

Chair: Morten Hoegh (Denmark)

Symposium is organised and supported by:

12:15 – 12:20

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Morten Hoegh (Denmark)

12:20 – 12:30      

CO-PRODUCTION: THE UNIQUE VALUE OF EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL FOR PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC PAIN DEVELOPED JOINTLY BY HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS AND PATIENT REPRESENTATIVES

Neil Betteridge (UK)

12:30 – 12:40

PATIENTS AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL COOPERATION TO FOSTER PATIENT EDUCATION – A NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Marja Kinnunen (Finland)

12:50 – 13:25

Q&A SESSION: TAKING STOCK OF EVIDENCE TO IMPROVE COOPERATION

13:25 – 13:30

CONCLUSIONS

Morten Hoegh  (Denmark)

 

NOT ‘JUST CONSTIPATION’: ADDRESSING OPIOIDS’ NEGLECTED SIDE EFFECT

Hall 1B

Chair: Asbjørn Drewes (Denmark)

Symposium is organised and supported by:

12:15 – 12:20

WELCOME INTRODUCTION

Asbjørn Drewes (Denmark)

12:20 – 12:30

WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT OIC

Asbjørn Drewes (Denmark)

12:30 – 12:45

PERSPECTIVES ON OIC FROM THE PATIENT AND PHYSICIAN

Mike Bennett (United Kingdom)

12:45 – 13:05

EUROPEAN TREATMENT GUIDELINES: WHAT’S NEW?

Bart Morlion (Belgium)

13:05 – 13:25

THE ROLE OF PAMORAS IN OIC

Tony O’Brien (Ireland)

13:25 – 13:40

Q&A SESSION

All faculty

13:40 – 13:45

CLOSE

Asbjørn Drewes (Denmark)

PREPARING FOR THE ERA OF TARGETED THERAPY IN CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN: A PATIENT-CENTRIC APPROACH

Auditorium 3A

Chair: Thomas R. Tölle (Germany)

Symposium is organized by Medscape Education Global and Supported by an independent educational sponsorship from Pfizer, Inc and Eli Lilly Company.

12:15 – 12:45

TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN – A CASE JOURNEY

Thomas R. Tölle (Germany)

12:45 – 13:30

PANEL DISCUSSION  – CURRENT AND EMERGING THERAPIES FOR CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN

Thomas R. Tölle (Germany), Elon Eisenberg (Israel), Per Hansson (Sweden), Serge Perrot (France)

13:30 – 13:45

CLOSING SESSION – KEY MESSAGES AND AUDIENCE Q&A

Thomas R. Tölle (Germany), Elon Eisenberg (Israel), Per Hansson (Sweden), Serge Perrot (France)

THE USE OF TOPICAL AND SYSTEMIC ANALGESICS TO TREAT BODY PAIN

Room 3F

Chair: Sarah Jarvis (United Kingdom)

Symposium is organised and supported by:

Reckitt Benckiser

18:15 – 18:20

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS

Sarah Jarvis (United Kingdom)

18:20 – 18:40

IMPACT OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN AND THE ROLE OF EARLY SELF-CARE IN PREVENTING ESCALATION TO CHRONICITY

Sarah Jarvis (United Kingdom)

18:40 – 19:05

PRODUCT CHOICES FOR THE TREATMENT OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN

Angel Lanas (Spain)

19:05 – 19:30

THE ROLE OF PAIN MANAGEMENT AND LIFESTYLE CHANGES IN MANAGING MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN

Hans-Georg Predel (Germany)

19:30 – 19:45

Q&A

Sarah Jarvis (United Kingdom)

DECODING MIXED PAIN – A BLUEPRINT TO UNDERSTAND A POORLY DEFINED CONDITION

Room 4F

Chair: Rainer Freynhagen (Germany)

Symposium is organised and supported by:

18:15 – 18:20

OPENING AND WELCOME

Rainer Freynhagen (Germany)

18:20 – 18:45

WHAT THE HECK IS MIXED PAIN?

Rainer Freynhagen (Germany)

18:45 – 19:15

DISTINGUISHING MIXED PAIN IN CLINICAL PRACTICE IN THE ABSENCE OF SPECIFIC TESTS

Stephan A Schug (Australia)

19:15 – 19:45

MIXED PAIN TREATMENT TODAY – PREDICTABLY UNPREDICTABLE?

Bart Morlion (Belgium)

Feeling the Pain - perspectives on chronic pain from patients, clinicians and employers

Room 2H

This symposium is funded and organized by Pfizer and Lilly in partnership with European Pain Federation EFIC and Pain Alliance Europe.

18:15-18:30

CAN WE TAKE THE PAIN OUT OF PAIN MANAGEMENT?

Bart Morlion (Belgium)

18:30-18:45

FEELING THE PAIN IS IN EVERYDAY LIFE

Brona Fullen (Ireland)

18:45-19:00

REDUCING THE STRAIN – SUPPORTING PEOPLE TO REMAIN PRODUCTIVE AT WORK

David Roomes (United Kingdom)

19:00-19:15

EXPLORING THE PAIN IN CLINICAL MANAGEMENT AND PATIENT PRIORITIES 

Serge Perrot (France)

19:15-19:40

PANEL DISCUSSION – HOW CAN WE WORK TOGETHER FOR MUTUAL GAINS IN CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT

Faculty facilitated by Brona Fullen (Ireland)

19:40-19:45

CLOSING MESSAGE

Serge Perrot (France)

Friday, 6 September 2019

ENDOCANNABINOID SIGNALLING AND ITS INVOLVEMENT IN PAIN

Exhibition Area

Open Forum organised by:Almirall

10:00 – 10:20

ENDOCANNABINOID SIGNALLING AND ITS INVOLVEMENT IN PAIN

Mauro Maccarrone (Italy)

BENEATH THE SKIN: ADVANCES IN PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHIC PAIN MANAGEMENT

Auditorium 1A

Chair: Burkhard Gustorff (Austria)

Symposium is organised and supported by:

12:15-12:20

CHAIR’S WELCOME

Burkhard Gustorff (Austria)

12:20-12:45

PERSISTENT PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHIC PAIN RELIEF FOLLOWING QUTENZA TREATMENT: LOOKING UNDER THE SURFACE

Praveen Anand (United Kingdom)

12:45-13:10

THE PACE STUDY: NEW INSIGHTS – NEW HYPOTHESIS 

Nathaniel Katz (USA)

13:10-13:35

PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHIC PAIN: WHAT MATTERS BEYOND PAIN INTENSITY?

Serge Perrot (France)

13:35-13:45

Q&A AND CLOSE
Burkhard Gustorff (Austria)

THE EVOLVING ROLE THAT MEDICAL CANNABIS PLAYS IN PAIN MANAGEMENT: THE SPECIALIST’S PERSPECTIVE

Hall 1B

Chair: Paola Cubillos (Columbia)

Symposium is organised and supported by

12:15 – 12:45

THE LATEST UPDATES ON CANNABINOIDS, THE ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM BIOLOGY, & THE PAIN PATHWAY

Konrad F. Cimander (Germany)

12:45 – 13:15

A REVIEW OF THE EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF MEDICAL CANNABIS IN PAIN

Paola Cubillos (Columbia)

13:15 – 13:45

GUIDELINES AND RESEARCH: WHERE WE ARE TODAY AND WHERE ARE WE GOING

Arun Bhaskar (United Kingdom)

PAIN RELIEF, OPIOIDS AND CONSTIPATION: UNDERSTANDING A SIGNIFICANT AND COMMON PROBLEM

Auditorium 3A

Chair: Bart Morlion (Belgium)

Symposium is organised and supported by:

Kyowa kirin

12:15 – 12:25

INTRODUCTION: RESPONSIBLE USE OF OPIOIDS FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT

Bart Morlion (Belgium)

12:25 – 12:45

THE IMPORTANCE OF A HOLISTIC APPROACH FOR OPTIMAL PAIN MANAGEMENT IN SUPPORTIVE CARE

César Margarit (Spain)

12:45 – 13:05

INSIGHTS FROM BREAKTHROUGH CANCER PAIN AND OPIOID-INDUCED CONSTIPATION IN CLINICAL PRACTICE

Andrew Davies (United Kingdom)

13:05 – 13:25

BREAKTHROUGH CANCER PAIN AND OPIOID-INDUCED CONSTIPATION IN THE REAL WORLD: INTERACTIVE CLINICAL CASES

Mario di Palma (France)

13:25 – 13:40

Q&A

All faculty

13:40 – 13:45

SUMMARY AND CLOSE

Bart Morlion (Belgium)

 

TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL NERVE STIMULATION (TENS): TOUCHPOINTS TO INSPIRE PATIENT-DIRECTED CONTROL IN CHRONIC PAIN

Room 3F

Chair: Rolf-Detlef Treede (Germany)

Symposium is organised and supported by:

GSK

12:15 – 12:20

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Rolf-Detlef Treede (Germany)

12:20 – 12:45

TENS IN CHRONIC PAIN: A FRESH LOOK AT THE EVIDENCE

Mark Johnson (United Kingdom)

12:45 – 13:00

TENS: VISUALISING THE MECHANISM OF ACTION FOR RELIEF OF CHRONIC PAIN

Dawn Chesher (GlaxoSmithKline)

13:00 – 13:20

EVOLVING TENS: HOW ARE NOVEL INNOVATIONS IMPROVING PATIENT CARE?

Christian Maihöfner (Germany)

13:20 – 13:40

TREATMENTS FOR CHRONIC PAIN: WHAT DO PATIENTS WANT? (PANEL DISCUSSION)

All faculty

13:40 – 13:45

SUMMARY AND CLOSE

Rolf-Detlef Treede (Germany)

 

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