Monday 19 April, 09.45am – 10.05am AEST (followed by live Q&A)

Learning and back pain. Challenges, opportunities and groovy little tricks

Each year the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) sponsors and promotes a Global Year Against Pain, a yearlong initiative designed to raise international awareness of pain. In each year, the IASP focuses on a different aspect of pain that has global implications. From the inaugural lecture in 2019, the Australian Pain Society will recognise the Global Year theme each year at its Annual Scientific Meeting.

The focus for the 2021 campaign, is the Global Year About Back Pain, and this lecture will be delivered by Professor Lorimer Moseley AO from the University of South Australia.

Prof Lorimer Moseley AO

Professor Lorimer Moseley AO (DSc PhD FAAHMS FFPMANZCA (Hon) MAPA (Hon) FACP) is a pain scientist, clinician and educator. He has authored 350 papers and five books. His public education and outreach articles and videos have had over 9 million reads/views. He leads Innovation in Implementation & Clinical Translation (IIMPACT) in Health at the University of South Australia, is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health & Medical Research, an Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine and an Honoured Member of the APA. For further information on Professor Moseley AO please visit the APS 2021 conference website.

It is our great pleasure to have Professor Lorimer Moseley AO involved in APS 2021, we look forward to hearing him present.

Registrations are now open. Visit the APS 2021 website for more updates.

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About Australian Pain Society

The Australian Pain Society is a multidisciplinary body aiming to relieve pain and related suffering through leadership in clinical practice, education, research and public advocacy.


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