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SEMINAR ARCHIVE (55)
2015 Chronic Pain Conference

Date: 03/27/2015

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(registration of the archived video will also include the CD of materials from this seminar. These will be mailed to you.)

DAY 1

Opening Remarks    

Knowledge, Uncertainty, and Wisdom in Pain
Dr. Michael Negraeff MD, FRCPC, FFPMANZCA, UBC Faculty of Medicine, Dept of Anesthesiology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Vancouver

The Intersection of Law and Pain Medicine    
Anthony Vecchio QC, Slater Vecchio LLP, Vancouver    

The Multidimensional Impact of Pain Neuroscience Education and Therapeutic Yoga            
Neil Pearson, PT, MSc, CYT, UBC Physiotherapy, Vancouver

Question and Answer Period        

Case Law Review
James Buckley, Slater Vecchio LLP, Vancouver

A Lawyer’s Immersion into the World of Pain     
David Hay, Richards Buell Sutton, Vancouver

Question and Answer Period

Making sense of musculoskeletal pain    
Dr Owen Williamson, FRCSC FFPMANZCA, JPOCSC Pain Clinic, Surrey

Myofascial pain - from possible to probable    
Dr Pam Squire FCFP Clinical Assistant Professor UBC

Question and Answer Period

Facet Joint Pain in Chronic Whiplash Neck Pain: Prevalence, Diagnosis and Treatment.
Dr. Paul Etheridge, MBChB, DA(SA), CCFP. Director OIPC, Kelowna    

Pathways in Pediatric Chronic Pain Following Motor Vehicle Accidents; The Good, the Bad and the Ugly    
Dr Gill Lauder, MB BCh, FRCA, FRCPC, CPE.Pediatric Anesthesiologist, Faculty of Medicine, UBC, Vancouver    

Question and Answer Period

DAY 2

Panel - Integrating the Objective and Subjective Point of View:  How Do We Proceed?
James D Vilvang QC, Richards Buell Sutton, Vancouver    
M. Wesley Buch, Ph.D., R. Psych, Behavioural Health Care, Surrey
Brad Nickerson, BBA, CRM, Integrated Claims Management, Vancouver 
Dr Pam Squire FCFP Clinical Assistant Professor UBC

The Pain of Defence    
Carla Forth QC, Guild Yule LLP, Vancouver

Question and Answer Period        

Raising the Likelihood of Genuineness in Trauma-Related Chronic Pain Conditions        
M. Wesley Buch, Ph.D., R. Psych,  Behavioural Health Care, Surrey
Brad Nickerson, BBA, CRM, Integrated Claims Management, Vancouver 
The Use Of Lay Witnesses In Proving Chronic Pain
James D Vilvang QC, Richards Buell Sutton, Vancouver    

Question and Answer Period        

 


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