2013 Spring Meeting


2013 Faculty of Pain Medicine Spring Meeting
October 25-27, 2013

Byron at Byron Resort and Spa, Byron Bay, New South Wales


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Using neurobiology to understand the origins of pelvic pain - Professor Janet Keast


Sex differences in pain: The novel role of central nervous system immunology - Dr Mark Hutchinson


Pudendal neuralgia, management, surgical approach - Professor Thierry Vancaillie


Roles of hormones in pain - Dr Jason Chow


Gynaecology for pain specialists - Dr Susan Evans


Interstitial cystitis: Difficulties in diagnosis and management - Professor Kate Moore


Interventions, particularly innovative use of ultrasound to guide coeliac plexus blocks - Dr Ben Allen


Rational use of imaging and investigations in diagnosis and management of abdominal pain of unclear cause - Dr Chris Hair


Sexual trauma and chronic pelvic pain in adolescents - Anne-Florence Plante


Dinner speaker

Pain, pleasure and drugs - Jim Hearn


Continuing Professional Development (CPD)


Within the ANZCA CPD Program, this event can be claimed under the following categories:
Lecture sessions: Category 1 Level 1: 1 Credit per hour


The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) has approved this meeting for CPD points for attendance as follows:
Full attendance: 14 points
Attendance 25 October: 4 points
Attendance 26 October: 7 points
Attendance 27 October: 3 points



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