Thursday, August 06, 2009

Lecture programme - 2009-10

28 October 2009
Establishing an acceptance based pain management programme –preliminary data
Dr Martin Dunbar and Dr Lars Williams

25 November 2009
SCS – the new look
Dr Andy Crockett

27 January 2010
Members' night
Dr Ajit Panickar and Dr Ryan Moffat

24 February 2010
Effective communication in the pain consultation – why bother?
Dr David Craig and Dr Pete Mackenzie

24 March 2010
Injustice and the chronic pain sufferer. A mixed methods investigation
Dr Joanna McParland

All meetings will be held in the Ebenezer Duncan Centre, Victoria Infirmary.
Buffet from 6pm, meetings start at 7pm.

All welcome including trainees, allied health professionals, GPs, basic scientists and students.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

East of Scotland Pain Group evening meeting

Thursday 17th September 09

'Pain Training in Western Australia'

Donald Johnson

Venue – Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline Education Centre

Buffet from 1830 – talk from 1915 – 2100

Rsvp for catering to-

Dr Steve Gilbert, Pain Management Clinic , Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline, Fife KY12 0SU,

01383 623623 ext 4749

Friday, May 22, 2009

Notice of AGM

The West of Scotland Pain Group will hold its AGM in the informal surroundings of the Republic Bier Halle, Gordon St, Glasgow (along from Central Station) on:

Thursday 28th May at 7pm

This is a great opportunity for young and 'more experienced' health professionals to be involved in the planning of this coming winter's programme of lectures and talks, and thus to add a new experience (and title!) to your CV. Positions on the committee will be available to those wanting more involvement, but the meeting is open to all those of you who may simply have suggestions for the sort of speakers, format and location you would like to see.

We hope to see as many of you there as possible.

David Craig

Sunday, January 04, 2009

Notice of next meeting - Tuesday 3rd February

Just a first reminder about Member's night on Tuesday February 3rd at 7pm. The topic under discussion will be CRPS. Dr Stephen May will be giving a talk on this fascinating and often perplexing form of chronic pain. Attendees are also encouraged to come with CRPS cases they may have for discussion. Time will be set aside during the evening for this.

Venue is as before, the very fine Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons on St. Vincent St.