Pain Management Research Institute
Established in 1990, the Pain Management Research Institute (PMRI) is a joint initiative between the University of Sydney and Royal North Shore Hospital. As a division of the Kolling Institute of Medical Research, PMRI pursues its broad goal of improving human health by:
- conducting basic and clinical research programs
- operating a national and international education program
- and, in collaboration with the Pain Management & Research Centre (PMRC), treating patients with acute pain, cancer pain, and chronic non-cancer pain.
Visiting Scholars Program 2013
The Pain Management Research Institute is pleased to announce the Visiting Scholars Program. Join us in March to May to hear from international experts on pain related topics including updates on fear-avoidance research, pain and torture, and placebo research.
For details about our next presentation from Professor Philip Siddall, Pain Specialist and Neuroscientist, Greenwich Hospital and University of Sydney please click here
Pain in Palliative Care Symposium Saturday May 4, 2013
The Pain Management Research Institute invites you to a one day symposium on Pain in Palliative Care. This symposium examines the experience, assessment and management of pain for people in this situation from physical, psychological and spiritual perspectives. The symposium is based on the IASP core curriculum, with expert speakers providing updates on best clinical practise and participating in case presentations.
For more information, please see our Symposium flyer
Webinar Skills Training in Pain Management
For more information, please see our 2013 brochure
Advance Notification of Symposium on Understanding and Treating Headache later in 2013
Pain Management Multidisciplinary Workshop 2014
For more information, please see our 2014 Workshop Brochure
The May issue of Pain Pals our community newsletter is out now. Find out how to support our activities and research, download the pdf.