POSTERS ON DISPLAY

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1. Exhibiting Pain: Using Creativity to Express Chronic Pain
Susanne Main, The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

2. General Practitioners and Management of Chronic Noncancer Pain: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Influences on Opioid Deprescribing
Ruth White, Senior Physiotherapist, Hunter Integrated Pain Service, NSW, Australia 

3. Acceptability of Integrated Primary Healthcare Opioid Tapering: A Mixed-Methods Study
Ruth White, Senior Physiotherapist, Hunter Integrated Pain Service, NSW, Australia 

4. Assessment of Medical Students’ Competencies in Pain Medicine – A Focused Review 
Elspeth Shipton, University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle, Australia 

5. ​Unmet Treatment Needs for Women with Chronic Pelvic Pain Attending a Gynaecology Outpatient Clinic in New Zealand
Karen Joseph, Canterbury DHB​, Christchurch, New Zealand

6. The Practice of Multi-Disciplinary Pain Assessment in Australia and New Zealand– Survey Results of Clinicians Working in Specialist Persistent Pain Settings
Sharryn Lydall-Smith, Senior Counselling Psychologist, Monash Health Pain Service, Victoria, Australia 

7. The Prevalence of Reported Traumatic Events Expressed by Patients in an Initial Joint Interdisciplinary Pain Assessment:   An Audit from an Australian 
Sharryn Lydall-Smith, Senior Counselling Psychologist, Monash Health Pain Service, Victoria, Australia

8. Mass Media Campaigns for Chronic Pain: A Scoping Review of What is Available and What is Needed to Inform a Chronic Pain Campaign in Aotearoa New Zealand
Hemakumar Devan, School of Physiotherapy, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand

 


 

 

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