Interfacing Evidence in Clinical Practice

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Date and Time

Tuesday, 4 August 2020
08:30 – 16:20


D201/202 (RAI Amsterdam)


Additional Fee Required

Event/Session Summary

Interfacing Evidence in Clinical Practice

Full Day SIG Satellite Symposium
Hosted By: Pain, Mind and Movement SIG

The purpose of this meeting will be to promote the integration of pain science from basic and clinical research to clinical practice. Presentation and debates – including short oral presentations and clinical workshops with a clear clinical focus within an evidence based perspective and the emphasis on skills training, case studies, demonstrations, and more – will address broader topics on how the brain, mind, behavior and movement influence pain and disability. This will be an inspiring multidisciplinary event to facilitate the translation of evidence into clinical practice and to mediate the implementation of pain science in diagnostics and treatments. 

Preliminary Agenda


Symposium Begins


Opening Remarks (Welcome & Introduction)
Clinical Workshop 1
Speakers selected by submission process

6 x 8 min Session Oral Presentations
Tory Madden (South Africa)


Morning Coffee Break

Clinical Workshop 2
Speakers selected by submission process


Lunch Break

Keynote: Small is Beautiful: Single-Case Experimental Designs in Pain Science
Johan Vlaeyen (Belgium)

6 x 8 min Session Oral Presentations 
JP Caneiro (Australia)


Afternoon Coffee Break

Keynote: Navigating the Challenges of Bringing Trial Evidence to Clinical Practice
Neil O'Connell (United Kingdom)

Debate: Interfacing Evidence and Clinical Practice: The RCT vs. the SCED
Neil O’Connell and Johan Vlaeyen 
Moderator: Laura Simons (USA)

Closing Remarks


End of Symposium


Registration Rates

All rates listed in USD

 Registration Type

Rate (USD)

 IASP Member




 IASP Trainee Member


 IASP Member from a Developing


*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.