FYRACMLS-Presenter-VeasleyC1
Position:

Co-Founder & Director


Department:


Organization:

CHRONIC PAIN RESEARCH ALLIANCE


Country:

United States

Christin Veasley

BSc

For 30 years, Christin has been a fervent advocate at the US ffederal level to bring about long-overdue awareness of chronic pain’s impact, the urgent need for an increased research investment to address this crisis and the long-overlooked value of partnering with patients and other stakeholders in planning and conducting research. Her childhood health experiences led her to obtain a science degree, time conducting neuroscience research at Johns Hopkins, and to the pain research advocacy community. Since, she’s served in advisory positions for numerous initiatives within US federal agencies; academic research studies; and collaborative alliances and public-private partnerships. In 2009, she co-founded the Chronic Pain Research Alliance – the only advocacy initiative focused on advancing a strategic research, knowledge translation and biopharmaceutical industry effort on chronic overlapping pain conditions. She’s authored numerous journal articles, op-eds, chapters, CMEs, patient resources; presented at dozens of meetings; and extensiviely interviewed in the media.

Sessions





Friday, September 23, 2022

Time
4:30pm EDT6:00pm EDT

Promoting the Engagement of Patient Partners in the Planning, Conduct and Knowledge Translation of Clinical Pain Research: Findings and Consensus Recommendations from the 2021 International Multi-Stakeholder IMMPACT Meeting

Tracks: Patient Engagement And Co-creation In Research And Education
Categories: Topical Workshop
Room: 714 B

This workshop is informed by the proceedings of the October 2021 IMMPACT (Initiative on Methods, Measurement, and Pain Assessment in…