Join us as we bring together experts from two separate faculties, pain and sleep medicine, to explore the bidirectional link between pain and sleep.
About this section
The Pain Medicine Section’s purpose is to advance the understanding of the mechanisms and treatment of pain in all of its presentations and clinical settings and to provide educational activities that cover a wide range of medical and non-medical disciplines, exploring the impact of pain and delivering high-quality learning opportunities.
Join the Obstetrics & Gynaecology Section as we provide a comprehensive update on the recent developments in the understanding of pathophysiology of endometriosis, advances in the diagnosis and novel techniques in surgical treatment of endometriosis, including robotic surgery.
- First prize: £200 and free attendance to a Pain Medicine meeting of your choice
Friday 17 July 2020
Monday 7 September 2020
All medical students and trainees in pain medicine up to APT level, submissions from trainees of other specialities will also be accepted
Submissions from all medical students and trainees in pain medicine up to APT level are invited for the Andrew Lawson Prize in pain medicine. The title of the essay this year is Long-term pain, sleep, and pain medications: Vicious circles, or good cycles? Essays should be no longer than 2000-3000 words.
The winner of the prize will receive £200, free attendance to a Pain Medicine Section meeting of their choice and will be expected to make a twenty minute presentation (including Q&A) on the topic of their essay at an upcoming Pain Medicine Section meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine on 7 September 2020.
Dr Louise Clark