Associate Professor Helen Slater is a clinical researcher and senior academic in the School of Physiotherapy at Curtin University. Helen’s key area of interest is translational musculoskeletal pain research: investigating understanding the mechanisms underlying acute and persistent musculoskeletal pain using experimental and clinical human pain models; policy-into-practice implementations of current best practice in musculoskeletal pain management; translational interdisciplinary pain education and clinical studies on the mechanisms and complex nature of persistent musculoskeletal pain.
Helen will be co-hosting a plenary session on day 3 with Associate Professor Andrew Briggs to discuss Moving from evidence to policy and practice: Developing, implementing and evaluating models of care with a focus on musculoskeletal pain conditions.
We are delighted to have Associate Professor Slater involved in APS 2016, we hope you will be able to attend and enjoy everything this conference has to offer.
Register for the 2016 Australian Pain Society 36th Annual Scientific Meeting.