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2021 Global Year About Back Pain: Aims and Objectives

The Global Year About Back Pain aims to guide and support clinicians, scientists and the public in understanding the global challenges of preventing and treating back pain. Our globally represented […]

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2021 Global Year About Back Pain: Interview with the Co-Chair

A Conversation with Dr. Owen Williamson Dr Owen Williamson practiced in Australia as an orthopedic spine surgeon and pain medicine physician, prior to moving to Canada in 2011, where he continues […]

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2021 Global Year About Back Pain: Interview with the Co-Chair

A Conversation with Professor Paul Cameron Professor Paul Cameron qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in Edinburgh, followed with postgraduate qualifications in Pain, Orthopaedic Medicine, and Organisational Change in Healthcare before […]

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Preventing Pain: A Conversation with Dr. Brona Fullen

2020 Global Year: Interview with the Co-Chair Brona Fullen is an Associate Professor in the UCD School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Science. Her research areas of interest include the […]

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Preventing Pain: A Conversation with Dr. Esther Pogatzki-Zahn

2020 Global Year: Interview with the Co-Chair Esther Pogatzki-Zahn, MD, PhD, is Professor of Anesthesia and Pain Management, and Head of Acute Pain Service at University Hospital Muenster. She is […]

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Nursing Vulnerable Populations: A Conversation with Dr. Patricia Schofield

Nursing of vulnerable patients has changed dramatically in the past decades, according to Professor Patricia Schofield, RGN, PhD, PGDipEd, DipN, of Abertay University (UK). Schofield, who co-chairs the 2019 IASP […]

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Preparing for More Pain Patients with Dementia: A Conversation with Dr. Miriam Kunz

Twenty years ago, Miriam Kunz, PhD, MPsych, was one of the few researchers studying the role of nonverbal communications in assessment and treatment of pain in individuals with dementia. Now […]

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