Latest News & Events - 2019

Online Visiting Scholar: Professor Michael Nicholas - 23 Apr 2019

Our own Prof. Michael Nicholas from The University Sydney will be presenting an online webinar entitled Interpreting and Implementing the ÖMPSQ-SF in Acute Pain on Tue 23 April 2019 from 6.00-7.00pm AEST. [Find out more]

Descending the Analgesic Ladder: A landmark forum on opioid de-prescribing for chronic pain - 29 Nov 2019

Registrations for the Descending the Analgesic Ladder: A landmark forum on opioid de-prescribing for chronic pain are now open. . This landmark forum brings together local and international experts to address the complex challenges of de-prescribing opioid medication. [Find out more]

Clinical Skills Workshop: Dealing with emotionally challenging patient encounters - 20 Sep 2019

Registrations for the Clinical Skills Workshop: Dealing with emotionally challenging patient encounters are now open. The workshop aims to help clinicians to navigate emotionally challenging patient encounters by providing participants with practical tools for responding to patients negative emotions, and managing their own negative emotional responses to patients. [Find out more]

Visiting Scholar: Professor Manfred Schedlowski, 27 March 2019

Prof. Manfred Schedlowski from the University of Duisberg-Essen, Germany will be presenting a seminar entitled Teach the T cells: Learned Immunosuppressive Placebo Responses? on Wed 27 March 2019 from 4.30-5.30pm. [Find out more]

Putting CBT Skills into Practice Online Webinars - 2019

Putting Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Skills into Practice online training webinar series is now open for registrations. Develop more skills to help your patients and clients better manage chronic or persisting pain problems. [ Find out more ]

Masterclass in Psychologically-Informed Practice: Early Intervention for Injury-related Pain

Registrations are now open for the one-day Masterclass in Psychologically-Informed Practice: Early Intervention for Injury-related Pain to be held in Sydney on Thursday 14 February 2019. This is a unique opportunity for health professionals to hear from internationally recognised experts to enhance and develop skills in psychologically informed practice when treating musculoskeletal (MSK) pain. [Find out more]

Visiting Scholars Program 2019

The Pain Management Research Institute is pleased to announce the Visiting Scholars Program. Join us in February to November to hear from international experts on pain related topics. [ Find out more ]