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Prof. Dr Bart Morlion to present on chronic low back pain at the next ‘30-minute expert talk challenge’ webinar

The CHANGE PAIN webinar series, ‘30-minute expert talk challenge’, hosted by Prof. Dr Ralf Baron, continues on 25 March 2021, with Prof. Dr Bart Morlion, who has been challenged to discuss clinical pathway for the management of chronic low back pain.

Prof. Dr Bart Morlion, University Hospitals Leuven, Belgium, who is the immediate past president of the European Pain Federation EFIC, was challenged by the previous webinar’s speaker, Prof. Anthony Dickenson, to discuss clinical pathway for the management of chronic low back pain.

To find out more and to register for the live event, please click here

Can’t attend the live broadcast? The webinar will be available on demand on the CHANGE PAIN resource hub shortly after the broadcast. Webinars already available on demand include:

  • ‘Top 10 scientific publications of 2020 in pain medicine: From genes to behaviour and back’ presented by Prof. Dr Albert Dahan, Leiden University Medical Centre, Netherlands
  • ‘Unexplained pain disorders’ presented by Prof. Anthony Dickenson, University College London, UK

The ‘30-minute expert talk challenge’ webinars involve discussion about current topics and issues in pain research and management, summarised in 30 minutes. Topics are selected by Prof. Dr Ralf Baron and CHANGE PAIN Team, and the previous webinar speaker nominates the next speaker to the challenge. At CHANGE PAIN, we believe the delivery of short, concise and distilled information effectively relays key messages and educational content to help improve pain management. CHANGE PAIN considers education and communication critical parts of its mission to support the enhancement of patient outcomes by improving pain management.

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