Refresher Courses

IASP will host 12 Refresher Course options to provide attendees with opportunities to learn the latest information on an array of topics that are critical to the study of pain.

Refresher Courses will take place on Monday 19 September.

Classroom 3

Refresher Course Topics

Monday, September 19, 2022

Time
8:30am EDT12:00pm EDT

Assessment, Mechanism-Based Pharmacological and Interventional Treatment for Neuropathic Pain (NP)

Tracks: Neuropathic Pain
Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 601 A

• Dr. Nadine Attal will discuss the IASP Definition of NP, Diagnosis of NP using history (including NP questionnaires), physical…

8:30am EDT12:00pm EDT

CRPS from Bedside to Bench

Tracks: Chronic Pain: Other
Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 602 B

CRPS is an uncommon condition. For such reasons, it may be challenging for clinicians to gain experience and knowledge of…

8:30am EDT12:00pm EDT

Cortical Signatures in Pain Conditions

Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 701 A

Discrete pain processing pathways are regulated differentially according to the cognitive status of the individual. In this refresher course the…

8:30am EDT12:00pm EDT

Intensive Interdisciplinary Pain Treatment for Pediatric Chronic Pain

Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 602 A

Chronic pain is a prevalent, highly disabling condition among children and adolescents, resulting in physical limitations, school absence, social problems,…

8:30am EDT12:00pm EDT

Neuro-Immune Interactions in Chronic Pain – A Topical Overview

Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 601 B

Neuro-immune interactions are crucial to many chronic pain states. This workshop will not only provide an overview of the “classical…

8:30am EDT12:00pm EDT

Pain & Work: Evidence Based Practice to Enhance Work Participation and Quality of Life

Tracks: Other - Clinical Intervention: Pain Management Programs, Physiotherapy And Rehabilitation, Including Multi- And Inter-Disciplinary Approaches
Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 701 B

This course will provide participants with state-of-the-art evidence on the interplay between chronic pain and work. The leading paradigm will…

1:00pm EDT4:30pm EDT

An Evidence-Based Approach to Chronic Abdominopelvic Pain

Tracks: Visceral, Abdominal And Pelvic Pain
Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 602 B

Chronic abdominopelvic pain is a major public health problem worldwide, yet it is poorly understood and treated, with both pelvic…

1:00pm EDT4:30pm EDT

Caring for Youth with Migraine and Other Headache Disorders: What the Evidence Suggests

Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 602 A

Practice Guidelines for the acute and preventive care of youth with migraine have recently been updated (Oskoui et al., Neurology…

1:00pm EDT4:30pm EDT

Neuropathic Pain Assessment in Real Life: From the Bedside to the Lab

Tracks: Chronic Pain: Other
Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 601 A

This refresher course is intended to provide clinicians and basic scientists interested in practical aspects of neuropathic pain diagnosis with…

1:00pm EDT4:30pm EDT

Nociception and Neuroplasticity: Peripheral and Central Mechanisms

Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 601 B

The peripheral and central nervous systems work in concert to alert us to touch and/or painful stimulation. Peripheral inflammatory mediators…

1:00pm EDT4:30pm EDT

Placebo and Nocebo Effects: Basic Science and Implications for Clinical Trials and Clinical Practice

Tracks: Placebo
Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 701 B

During the last decade, psychological and neurobiological mechanisms underlying placebo and nocebo effects have been identified and by now it…

1:00pm EDT4:30pm EDT

The Central Amygdala in Chronic Pain – Circuit, Neuropeptides, and Nociplasticity

Tracks: Basic Science: Physiology
Categories: Refresher Course
Room: 701 A

Recently accumulated lines of evidence in these years indicate that a small limbic structure called the central amygdala (CeA) plays…