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33rd Annual Gunn-Loke lecture with Dr. Helene Langevin

Please view the annual Gunn-Loke lecture.

Posted: Nov. 16, 2018

Bipartisan opioid bill passes senate committee

Posted: Mon. ##, 2018

Learn more about UW TelePain

UW TelePain was recently featured on King TV. To learn more about UW TelePain, and view the video, click here.

Posted: May 11, 2018

33rd Annual Bonica Lecture with Lorimer Moseley, DSc, PhD, FACP May 10, 5:30pm

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Dr. Lorimer Moseley

Lorimer Moseley, DSc, PhD, FACP is the 33rd Annual Bonica lecturer. His lecture will be Thursday, May 10, 2018, at 5:30pm, at 1959 NE Pacific St, Hogness Auditorium, A-420. For the event flyer, please click here.

Dr. Moseley is Professor of Clinical Neuroscience, Foundation Chair in Physiotherapy, Chair, Pain Adelaide; School of Health Sciences, University of South Australia.

Professor Moseley has delivered lectures to an audience of over 35,000 people in 12 countries. He has authored over 280 papers, most in the highest impact journals, including Journal of Pain, PAIN, JAMA, PLOS, and Brain, among others; with in-excess of 69,000 downloads in Researchgate alone, and has delivered 65 plenary lectures at major international meetings in 26 countries. His widely-read book “Painful Yarns: Metaphors and stories to help understand the biology of pain” has sold over 100,000 copies and 180,000 downloads, and was short-listed for the Best New Work 2007 Prize for Public Science Writing. His “Why Things Hurt” TEDx talk, ranked in the top 0.1% views of all their 25,000 talks to date.

Dr. Moseley has also made exceptional contributions in the field of Pain Medicine and across pain’s many inter-professional specialties through his ground-breaking research and clinical interventions. His contributions have without question led to a clear shift in public and health professional thinking and practice of Pain Medicine. Among his many accolades, Dr. Moseley is this year’s American Pain Society John Bonica Award for Public Service, based on his enormous contributions to public/community education in Australia, the US, and internationally.

If you’ve not yet had the opportunity to view Dr. Moseley’s terrific and engaging TED talks or YouTubes, well worth viewing:  L Moseley TEDx Why Things Hurt

Posted: April 19, 2018

Congratulations Harborview Pain Team

Congratulations Adrianna Dyer, MAPS, BCC, Debra Gordon, RN, DNP, FAAN, and Ivan Lesnik, MD for article about integrating spiritual care in an acute pain service in the February 2018 ASRA News (pp 31-33)

Posted: Mar 02, 2018

Pain task force endorses alternatives to opioids

The Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health published a white paper, which includes lead author, Dr. Heather Tick.

Posted: Mar 02, 2018



Recently published journal articles from Pain Faculty:

  • Dennis Turk, PhD: Checklist for the preparation and review of pain clinical trial publications: a pain-specific supplement to CONSORT.
    Gewandter JS, Eisenach J, Gross R, Jensen MP, Keefe FJ, Lee D, Turk DC. Checklist for the preparation and review of pain clinical trial publications: a pain-specific supplement to CONSORT. Pain Reports, 2017;e621. doi: 10.1097/PR9.0000000000000621.
  • Michele Curatolo, MD, PhD: Central sensitization: nice to know?
    M. Curatolo. European Journal of Pain 2018; 22: 214-215.
  • Gary Walco, PhD, & Dennis Turk, PhD: Clinical trial designs and models for analgesic medications for acute pain in neonates, infants, toddlers, children, and adolescents: ACTTION recommendations.
    Walco GA, Kopecky KA, Weisman SJ, Stinson J, Stevens B, Desjardins P, Berde CB, Krane EJ, Anand KJS, Yaster M, Dampier CDj, Dworkin RH,Gilron I, Lynn A, Maxwell L, McDermott M, Raja S, Schachtel B, Turk DC. Clinical trial designs and models for analgesic medications for acute pain in neonates, infants, toddlers, children, and adolescents: ACTTION recommendations. Pain, 2018;159(2, February):193-205. doi: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001104; PMID:29140927
  • Ardith Doorenbos, PhD, & David Tauben, MD: Use of self-management interventions for chronic pain management: A comparison between rural and non-rural residents.
    Eaton, L. H., Langford, D., Meins, A. R., Rue, T., Tauben, D. J., & Doorenbos, A. Z. (2018). Use of self-management interventions for chronic pain management: A comparison between rural and non-rural residents. Pain Management Nursing, 19(1), 8-13.
  • Dennis Turk, PhD: Core outcome measurement instruments for clinical trials in non-specific low back pain.
    Chiarotto A, Boers M, Deyo RA, Buchbinder R, Corbin TP, Costa LOP, Foster NE, Grotle M, Koes BW, Kovacs FM, Lin C-C W, Maher CG, Pearson AM, Peul WC, Schoene ML, Turk DC, van Tulder MW, Terwee CB, Ostelo RW Core outcome measurement instruments for clinical trials in non-specific low back pain. Pain 2018;159 (3, March): 481-495. doi: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001117; PMID:29194127



 










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