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2017 Australian Pain Society 37th Annual Scientific Meeting

2017 Australian Pain Society 37th Annual Scientific MeetingExpanding Horizons9 - 12 April 2017 | Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia

Pain in Childhood Workshop


Date: Sunday 9 April 2017 
Time: 8.30 am - 5.00 pm (option available to attend the morning or afternoon session or entire workshop)
CostHalf-day: $110.00  |  Full-day $160.00 

This year the Pain in Childhood Pre-Conference Workshop has evolved to a full day programme.  The morning session will focus on complex and chronic pain.   The afternoon session will cover acute and procedural pain.

We are excited to be able to conclude the day with a 90min workshop by local procedural hypnosis expert Dr Allan Cyna.  It will be a stimulating day for experienced practioners as well as those new to paediatric pain.

A Pain in Childhood SIG dinner follows the workshop, all are encouraged to attend!

Enjoy a 2 course meal and limited drinks at the Riverside Restaurant, Intercontinental Adelaide, with friends and colleagues interested in pain in childhood.

Venue: Riverside Restaurant, Intercontinental Adelaide
Time: 7.30 pm
Dress: Smart Casual
Cost: $75 per person. Partners and additional guests welcome.


Click on the program below to download

Workshop proudly sponsored by: 

Pain in Childhood Workshop Speakers

Mark Alcock

Dr Mark Alcock
Lady Cilento Children's Hospital

Kate Austin

Ms Kate Austin
Royal Children?s Hospital Melbourne

Laura Burgoyne

Dr Laura Burgoyne
Women's and Children's Hospital

Simon Cohen

Dr Simon Cohen
Monash Childrens Hospital

Allan Cyna

Dr Allan Cyna
Women's and Children's Hospital

Theresa Donnelly

Ms Theresa Donnelly
Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick

Alecia Filmer

Ms Alecia Filmer
John Hunter Children's Hospital

Elizabeth Kepreotes

Dr Elizabeth Kepreotes
John Hunter Children's Hospital

Hema Rajappa

Dr Hema Rajappa
Hunter New England Health