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Our webinars feature Q&As, presentations and much more information on important and current matters of pain research and science as well as main activities and projects of the European Pain Federation EFIC. Please note: Some may for EFIC Academy members only and require access to the EFIC Academy Education Platform.

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Our webinars feature Q&As, presentations and much more information on important and current matters of pain research and science as well as main activities and projects of the European Pain Federation EFIC. Please note: Some may for EFIC Academy members only and require access to the EFIC Academy Education Platform.

Are you interested in submitting your application to the E-G-G 2025? Watch this webinar to hear from previous E-G-G winners on how winning the grant has impacted their career.

Panelists:
Esther Pogatzki-Zahn, University of Münster, E-G-G Winner 2004
Luana Colloca, University of Maryland School of Nursing, E-G-G Winner 2009

March is #EndometriosisAwarenessMonth! Watch this webinar on endometriosis and pain to find out more about recent research findings.

Panelists:
Katy Vincent, University of Oxford
Jasmine Hearn, Manchester Met University
Lydia Coxon, University of Oxford
Marcelo de França, State University of Rio de Janeiro

Watch this webinar on Placebo and Nocebo: New insights and implications for practice where panelists will discuss their recent findings.

Host: Mary O’Keeffe, EFIC Research Projects Advisor
Panelists:
Przemyslaw Babel, Jagiellonian University, Poland
Stefanie Meeuwis, Leiden University, the Netherlands
David Hohenschurz-Schmidt, Imperial College London, UK

This multiple-method study recently published in the European Journal of Pain provides credible explanations for the six most common diagnoses of non-traumatic knee pain. Additionally, it identified three key domains that may need to be addressed to reduce diagnostic uncertainty in adolescents suffering from pain complaints. Watch this webinar to find out more directly from co-authors.

Watch this webinar to commemorate #CRPSAwarenessMonth where experts and patients will discuss the wide spectrum of CRPS presentations and also introduce you to CRPS Assist, a free online tool that can help clinicians identify patients with CRPS and decide what to do next.

Watch this webinar with Peter O’Sullivan and Peter Kent from the Curtin University in Perth, Australia on cognitive functional therapy. CFT is a patient-centred approach that facilitates patients to self-manage by targeting their individual pain-related cognitions, emotions, and behaviours that contribute to their pain and disability.

Host: EFIC Research Projects Advisor Mary O’Keeffe

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