Pain Medicine Section


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About this section


To advance the understanding of the mechanisms and treatment of pain in all of its presentations and clinical settings; 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.

Section members:

Students and professionals from all disciplines who have an interest in pain and its management.

Section council:

Section meetings and conferences are usually organised by members of the Section council, led by the Section President.

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Death and pain: A psychiatrist’s perspective

Free for RSM members / £6 non-members

Dr Annabel Price discusses whether death can ever be pain free.

53 minutes | Organised by: Pain Medicine Section | Accreditation: 1 CPD point Watch lecture arrow

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How common is pain in older people: Incidence and prevalence in different settings?

Free for RSM members / £6 non-members

Professor Patricia Schofield discusses how common pain is in older people and the prevalence of pain in population based studies.

36 minutes | Organised by: Pain Medicine Section | Accreditation: 1 CPD point Watch lecture arrow

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  • British Journal of Pain
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Section Bibliography

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