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Elevating Healthcare Professionals and Available Resources – The Latest on COVID-19 on Pain is now available on-demand as a free educational resource.

More than one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, new research has emerged that provided insight into acute pain implications in the onset of COVID-19 infection and the complications and long-term impact of the disease on chronic pain.

The Elevating Healthcare Professionals and Available Resources – The Latest on COVID-19 and Pain course explored, through nine sessions, various aspects of COVID-19. From the role of the healthcare provider and the review of the current science on management, through to the understanding of the patient’s journey and their decisions in self-management


Acute and Early Post-Acute Pain in COVID-19 - Syndromes and Treatment

Moderator

    • Ian Gilron, MD, MSc, FRCPC Anesthesiology, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada

Speakers

    • Abrahao Baptista, PhD, Federal University of ABC Brazil
    • Nigel Knox, MD, Westchester Medical Center, USA

Maintaining a Pain Management Regime with Managing COVID-19

Moderator

    • Michael Falcon, OT, USA

Speakers

    • Andrea Furlan, MD PhD, Department of Medicine University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    • Katie Knapton, MSCP, HCPC, PhysioFast Online, UK
    • Sheren Gaulbert, OTHR, UK
    • Marta Imamura, MD, USA

The Pandemic and its Longer Term Impact on Chronic Pain Management

Moderator

    • Tonya Palermo, PhD, Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine University of Washington School of Medicine, Washington, USA

Speakers

    • Kai Karos, PhD, Canada
    • Melanie Noel, PhD, RPsych, Departments of Psychology, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    • Valerie Hruschak, PhD, Bringham and Woman’s Hospital, Harvard Medical, USA

Long COVID – Understanding the Patient Journey and Optimizing Treatment of Pain

Moderator

    • Hance Clarke, MD, PhD, Toronto General Hospital, Canada

Speakers

    • Daniel Ciampi de Andrade, MD, PhD, Neurology Hospital das Clínicas, LIM 62, Sao Paulo, Brazil
    • Cesar Fernandez-de-las-Peñas, PhD, MD, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain

Self-Management & Coping Strategies in Isolation: Online Service Delivery

Moderator

    • Jennifer Stinson, RN, PhD, CPNP, FAAN, Child Health Evaluative Sciences, Research Institute Hospital for Sick Children, Ontario, Canada

Speakers

    • Jennifer Hanson, M.A, M.E.T Pain BC Society, British Columbia, Canada
    • Rachael Coakley, PhD Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine Boston Children's Hosptial, Massachusetts, USA
    • Romy Parker, PhD, South Africa
    • Jennifer Lorca, RN, BSN, Canada

Novel COVID-19 Pain Syndromes – Evidence from Translational Basic and Clinical Research

Moderator

    • Lars Arendt-Nielsen, MD, Aalborg University, University College London, Denmark

Speakers

    • Theodore Price, PhD, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Texas, USA
    • Rajesh Khanna, PhD, USA

Impact of the Pandemic on Funding, Conducting, and Publishing Clinical Trials, Epidemiological Studies, and Basic Science Research

Moderator

    • Brian Walitt, MD, NIH, USA

Speakers

    • Daniel Clauw, MD, University of Michigan, USA

Living with Pain - A Long COVID Patient Perspective and How Clinicians Can Help

Moderator

    • Deepak Ravindran, MD, Royal Berkshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Speakers

    • Karen Matthews, Long COVID SOS, UK
    • Kerry Thornhill, University of East London, UK
    • Harriet Wilkinson, UK
    • Deepak Ravindran, MD, UK

Pain and COVID-19 Across the Globe: Disparities Within and Between Countries on Infection Prevention, Vaccination, and Access to Healthcare

Moderator

    • Abrahao Baptista, PhD, Federal University of ABC, Brazil

Speakers

    • Elena Enax-Krumova, MD, Department of Neurology, Germany
    • Manon Choiniere, PhD, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University of Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    • Santosh Chaturvedi, MD, India