Flippin' Pain presents Pain Science for Non-Pain Specialists
Wednesday 03 February 2021, 05:00pm - 06:30pm

Join us for an informative and engaging exploration of contemporary pain science and find out why you and your patients may need to FLIP the way you think about, talk about, and treat persistent pain.

The keynote will be delivered by Professor Cormac Ryan and this will be followed by an interactive audience Q&A with an expert panel including:

  • Richard Makin, Pain Consultant, Newcastle RVI
  • Elizabeth Doher, Clinical Psychologist, Lincolnshire Community Pain Service
  • Jackie Walumbe, Pain Specialist Physiotherapist and Doctoral Researcher, University of Oxford
  • Steph Preston, Expert by lived-experience  
  • Ruth Barber, Expert by lived-experience 

This event is aimed at healthcare professionals who come into contact with / have influence over people living with persistent pain and will include pragmatic, take-home tips for your practice as well as an opportunity to ask questions of our expert panel which includes people with lived experience of persistent pain.

Not heard of Flippin’ Pain yet?

Flippin’ Pain is a public health campaign with the objectives of raising awareness of the stark and spiralling problem of persistent (aka chronic) pain, and bring the real science of pain to the people. It looks to unpick the misconceptions and misunderstanding born out of outdated models of pain and in doing so engage, educate and empower at population-level.

The website has some great resources for patients including the Flippin’ Pain Formula which provides pain education via a series of animations, podcasts and infographics co-designed by pain scientists, HCPs and people living with persistent pain.

To book your place for the event, please visit the event page at Eventbrite.  

Contact - Andrew Walton, Group Executive Director, Connect Health: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Location Microsoft Teams