La European Pain Federation (EFIC) è una organizzazione multidisciplinare nata nel 1993, come federazione dei capitoli europei della IASP (International Associaton for the Study of Pain). Rappresenta le associazioni per lo studio del dolore di 37 Paesi europei e quasi 20.000 medici, ricercatori di base, infermieri, fisioterapisti, psicologi e altri professionisti, coinvolti nella cura e nella ricerca sul dolore.

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WOMEN ‘THREE TIMES MORE PRONE TO MIGRAINE’ THAN MEN 

OBJECTIVE PAIN MEASUREMENT COULD BE A ‘GAME-CHANGER’ FOR PATIENTS 

UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF HOW GENETICS VARIATION AFFECTS PERCEPTION OF PAIN COULD LEAD TO PERSONALIZED MEDICINES

MULTI-MODAL PAIN TREATMENT FOR CANCER PAIN REDUCES POTENTIAL HARM OF LONG-TERM OPIOID USE 

PATIENTS EXPERIENCE AMAZING REDUCTIONS IN PAIN SIMPLY BY KNOWING HOW IT WORKS ― AND HOW THEIR BODY AND BRAIN CAN BE CHANGED 

LINKING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO NEUROSTIMULATION OPENS UP A WORLD OF NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR TREATING PAIN AND OTHER CONDITIONS 

 

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4.09.2019 - 18:15
Candy McCabe 
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Chronic Pain Patients

5.09.2019 - 15:00
Luda Diatchenko
The Role of Genetics in Pain

5.09.2019 - 17:00
Judith A. Paice
Pain and Opiods in Cancer Care: Benefits, Risks, and Alternatives

6.09.2019 - 10:15
Luis Villanueva
Central Origins of Pain Sensitisation: Translational Studies
 
6.09.2019 - 11:00
Thomas Voets
Peripheral Sensitisation is What Matters
 
7.09.2019 - 10:45
Gordon Guyatt
Grading the Evidence - New Developments in Estimating the Quality of Evidence and Consequences for the Treatment of Pain

7.09.2019 - 12:30
Eva Kosek
Pain Modulation and Neuroinflammation in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis and Fibromyalgia, Similarities and Differences


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