Upcoming Events

Professor Andrea Evers

Science Session:

Words as Medicine - How the Placebo Effect Can Contribute to Better Care

3 July, 1pm (BST)

1 hour 15 minute  session

Dr. Andrea Evers is Professor of Health Psychology at the Institute of Psychology at Leiden University

In this innovative Science Session Prof. Evers will step into the fascinating world of placebo and nocebo effects.  She will explore the profound impact of these psychological phenomena on clinical practice. She will delve into how they influence treatment outcomes, from the immune system to patient well-being and reveal clinical applications that benefit patients and enhance physician-patient communication. Join us and gain insights into pharmacological conditioning of medications and unlock strategies for maximising positive outcomes.  

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Mike Stewart 

Clinical Confidence Coaching

MAY - JUNE 2024

4 x 30-minute sessions

Mike Stewart is an internationally renowned pain educator, physiotherapist, researcher and university lecturer with over 20 years experience helping people overcome persistent pain.

His insanely popular 'Know Pain' course has equipped thousands of clinicians globally with practical, patient-centered techniques to explain pain and empower patients.

Mike will be drawing on his vast experience to deliver four Clinical Confidence sessions on topics he believes are the most relevant to the modern health care professional . He will provide evidence-based insights and practical strategies you can immediately apply to transform pain care in your own practice.

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Dr Amber Johnston 

Clinical Confidence Coaching

JUNE - JULY 2024

4 x 30-minute sessions

Dr Amber Johnston is a highly experienced Clinical Psychologist and Director of the London based, Healthy Mind Psychology Clinic, where she leads a team of 25 psychologists helping people with a wide array of challenges, from mild stress, to those with significant clinical diagnoses.  

Amber's approach is different! She is on a mission to re-write some of the old medical narratives to instead prioritise holistic health and well-being. Specialising in pain management, and neuropsychology, she helps patients with a wide variety of conditions including chronic pain, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue/ME, neuro and stroke, functional neurological disorder (FND) and MUS. Her unique approach focuses on the interaction between the stress response across the functioning of the mind and body. 

Amber will be drawing on her vast clinical experience to deliver four Clinical Confidence sessions on topics she believes are the most relevant to the challenges health care professional see today.  She will offer practical strategies and ideas you can immediately apply with your own patients.

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A/Prof Ben Boyd

Clinical Confidence Coaching

JULY - AUGUST 2024

4 x 30-minute sessions

Ben Boyd is a highly accomplished clinician, educator & researcher. Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at the Samuel Merritt University in California as well as a highly skilled pain therapist he is passionate about embracing a holistic, humanistic approach to rehabilitation & helping those suffering from persistent pain. 

Ben is also author of the recently released 'Bodily Relearning' book, a comprehensive and practical guide to treating people with persistent pain. 

We are incredibly proud to welcome Ben to deliver this Clinical Confidence Coaching series. His four sessions will be jam packed with evidence based, practical techniques to use with your patients. 
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Professor Cormac Ryan

Science Session:

A public health approach to persistent pain

11 Sept, 7.30pm (BST)

1 hour 15 minute  session

Professor Cormac Ryan, a world-leading expert in Pain Education and a Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation at Teesside University, is on a mission to transform the public's understanding of persistent pain. As a Community Pain Champion for the Flippin' Pain Campaign, he is dedicated to addressing the common misconceptions that hinder effective pain management. In this Science Session, Professor Ryan will discuss the origins of the Flippin' Pain campaign, its delivery methods, and the preliminary findings of this groundbreaking initiative. He will explore how public health approaches can be harnessed to facilitate evidence-based practice and empower individuals, their loved ones, and healthcare professionals to navigate the complexities of persistent pain with greater understanding and effectiveness. Join Professor Ryan as he shares his insights and strategies for revolutionising the way we approach this major public health issue.

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