Michael J Cousins Lecture

Michael J Cousins Lecture

In recognition of the significant contributions of Professor Michael J Cousins FANZCA, FFPMANZCA to the field of pain medicine and his initiative to establish the Faculty of Pain Medicine, the Faculty plenary session at the annual scientific meeting was named the Michael Cousins Lecture. 

The inaugural Michael Cousins Lecture was delivered by Professor Henrik Kehlet in 2003.


Lecture

 
Year Lecture Lecturer Country
2017 The psychology of physical experience: exploring the 10 neglected senses Professor Christopher Eccleston  
2016 Novel analgesics/ Future challenges Professor Anthony Dickenson UK
2015 Imaging analgesia and anaesthesia Professor Irene Tracey UK
2014 From Acute to Chronic Pain: Risk Factors, Genertics and Possible Preventative Strategies Professor Audun Stubhaug Norway
2013 The prince and me Professor Edzard Ernst UK
2012 Opiophobia, regulation and risk management: developments in the USA, a cautionary tale. Dr Daniel Bennett US
2011 Imaging pain: From research to clinical application Ms Catherine Bushnell Canada
2010 What’s wrong with animal models of pain? Professor Jeffrey Mogil US
2009 Cannabinoid analgesia: Future friend or dead end? Professor Andrew Rice UK
2008 New Observations About Anatomy in Regional Anaesthesia Professor Quinn Hogan US
2007 None given    
2006 Can we prevent chronic pain after surgery? Dr William Macrae UK
2005 Chest pain and the mind Professor Mark Sullivan US
2004 Diagnosis and management of complex regional pain syndrome Professor Ralf Baron Germany
2003 Postoperative analgesia and patient outcome - the second round needs a change in tactic? Professor Henrik Kehlet Denmark
 
 
 
 
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