Advances in Pediatric Pain Prevention and Treatment: From Basic Science to Clinical Application

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Date and Time

Tuesday, 4 August 2020
08:00 – 17:00

Location

D201/202 (RAI Amsterdam)

Fee

Additional Fee Required


Event/Session Summary

Advances in Pediatric Pain Prevention and Treatment: From Basic Science to Clinical Application

 
Full Day SIG Satellite Symposium
Hosted By: Pain in Childhood SIG

The pediatric satellite symposium will highlight advances in pediatric pain prevention and treatment. The interdisciplinary and translational format will cover basic science, research as well as clinical application for infants, neonates, toddlers, school children and adolescents.

Preliminary Agenda

08:00

Symposium Begins


08:00-08:15

Welcome & Introduction
08:15-08:50
Pediatric Multimodal Analgesia 2.0 
Stephan Friedrichsdorf, MD (USA)
08:50-09:25
Pain, Stress and the Developing Brain
Maria Fitzgerald, FMedSci FRS (UK)
09:25-10:00
Fear and Interoception in Children and Adolescents with Chronic Pain
Tanja Hechler, PhD (Germany)
 
10:00-10:15

Q&A

 
10:15-10:45


Morning Coffee Break

10:45-11:20
From One Pain to Many: Identifying Risk Factors for Development of Overlapping Pain Conditions in Pediatrics

Deidre Logan, PhD (USA)
11:25-11:55
Preventing Pain Caused by Needles Every Time for Every Child: How To Do It and Why Even Bother? 
Donna Eull, PhDc (USA)
11:55-12:30
Pain Treatment in Infants and Neonates  
Karel Allegaert, MD & Dick Tibboel, MD (The Netherlands) 
 
12:30-12:45
 
Q&A

 
12:45-13:45


Lunch Break

 
13:45-14:50
 
Data Blitz: 5 Pediatric Poster Presentations
14:50-15:25
Long-term Consequences of Pain in Early Life
Ruth Grunau, PhD (Canada) 

15:25-16:00
Visceral Pain in Pediatrics: Prevention and Treatment  
Allen Finley, MD (Canada) 

16:00-16:35
Pediatric Pain: A Complex Social Puzzle
Line Caes, PhD (United Kingdom)

 
16:35-16:50

Q&A

17:00

End of Symposium

 


Registration Rates

All rates listed in USD

 Registration Type

Rate (USD)

 IASP Member

$85

 Nonmember

$140

 IASP Trainee Member

$60

 IASP Member from a Developing
 Country*

$60


*The Developing Country rate is available to residents of countries with a gross national income of less than $15,000,
as defined by the World Bank.