Flippin' Pain presents...

Why rethinking pain really matters

A webinar series for people affected by chronic pain
This webinar series is in association with the Scottish Government and NHS Scotland.

Event 1

Professor Lorimer Moseley AO is a world leader in the science of how pain works, why pain sometimes doesn’t go away and the best ways to treat it. He has written over 370 scientific articles and seven books. He was recently made an Officer of the Order of Australia (the Australian equivalent of an OBE) for his contribution to pain science and management, science communication and pain education.

  • Time
    10.00am UK
  • Date
    15th February 2022

Rethinking Pain:

New understanding & new possibilities

with Prof Lorimer Moseley AO & expert panel

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Event 2

Prof. Cormac Ryan is Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation at Teesside University and the Community Pain Champion for the Flippin’ Pain Campaign. He has been researching in the field of pain and pain education for the past 15 years and has published over 80 peer-reviewed publications. He is co-editor of Pain and Rehabilitation – The Journal of the Physiotherapy Pain Association and co-author of the Physiotherapy chapter within the Faculty of Medicine’s core standards for Pain Management Services. Internationally Cormac is one of the leading pain education researchers and was recently part of a team revising the British Pain Society’s Pain Management Programme guidelines.

  • Time
    5.00pm UK
  • Date
    2nd March 2022

Why everything matters when it comes to pain

with Prof. Cormac Ryan and expert panel

 

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Event 3

Associate Professor Tasha Stanton is an award winning clinical pain neuroscientist who has published >80 peer-reviewed journal articles, and is a regular invited speaker at national and international conferences. She is the Osteoarthritis Research Theme Lead for IIMPACT in Health at The University of South Australia, and an Australian National Health & Medical Research Council Career Development Fellow.

  • Time
    12.00pm UK
  • Date
    23rd March 2022

Flippin' everything you thought you knew about arthritis

with Associate Prof. Tasha Stanton and expert panel

 

 

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These events have taken place and booking is now closed. You can watch the full series of recordings HERE.

 

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”It challenged my way of thinking about pain and provided good advice for my already scheduled conversation with my GP about coming off opioids. Hearing from people living with chronic pain and the change flipping pain had on them was powerful.” – Person living with chronic pain

”Clear explanations that were very easy to understand and delivered in a relaxed and friendly manner – I felt the main speakers were speaking to me! The people who are living with pain have been great and give such a positive outlook on how they manage their chronic pain. Their descriptions will give me confidence to talk differently about pain to patients in future.” – Healthcare Professional

 

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Want some more information on understanding pain and ways to move forward with it? Check out our Resources page or links to other useful information.

 

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