Fiona Blyth, PhD (Australia), MBBS

Fiona Blyth

Professor of Public Health and Pain Medicine, Sydney School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney, Australia

Fellow, Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians

Honorary Fellow, Australasian Faculty of Pain Medicine, Royal Australasian College of Physicians

IASP Activities
Member since 1999

Section Editor for Reviews for PAIN journal (2013 - present)
Steering Committee Member, IASP Multidisciplinary Pain Clinic Toolkit South-East Asia) Project (2018 - present)
Member, IASP Committee on Committees (2019 - present)
Member, IASP Taskforce on Cannabis and Cannabinoids (2019 - present)
Member, many other committees, working groups, and task forces

Professional Background
I am a public health physician and pain epidemiologist, whose work has made a major contribution to understanding how pain conditions affect populations, and also to the growing recognition of pain as a major public health problem and as the leading contributor to the global burden of disability. I have also worked in promoting the uptake and use of research evidence in pain education, and in global and national health policy.

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