The European Pain Federation EFIC is pleased to share recent news and updates from our 38 national chapters below.
The program of the Meeting of the Belarusian Society for the Study of Pain (EFIC National Chapter) – Regional Conference, 20/11/2021
“Multidisciplinary approach to the problem of chronic pain”
November 20, 2021
10.30 -11.00 Registration of participants
11.00-11.40 BELARUSIAN SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF PAIN: TOGETHER TO A LIFE WITHOUT PAIN!
Siarhei V. Hapanovich Chairman of the BSSB, head of the pain treatment room, anesthesiologist of Mogilev Hospital No. 1, Mogilev, Belarus
11.40-12.20 ORGANIZATION OF PAIN SERVICES IN THE EUROPE: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Brona Fullen President of the European Pain Federation (EFIC)
12.20-13.00 SOMATIC PAIN: DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS, PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT
Tamara D. Tyabut Doctor of Medical Science, Professor, Department of cardiology and rheumatology Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Minsk, Belarus
13.00-13.40 NEUROPATHIC PAIN IN THE CLINIC: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
Siarhei A. Likhachev Professor, MD, PhD, Prof. Head of the neurological Department of the “Republican scientific and practical center of neurology and neurosurgery”, Minsk, Belarus
13.40-14.20 PSYCHOGENIC COMPONENT OF THE PAIN AS AN IMPORTANT PREDICTOR OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THERAPY
Natalia A. Naumovskaya Psychiatrist «Republican scientific and practical center of neurology and neurosurgery”, Minsk, Belarus
14.20-15.00 ALTERNATIVE METHODS OF PAIN TREATMENT: THE PLACE OF HYALURONIC ACIDS IN THE TREATMENT OF OSTEOARTHRITIS Workshop
Olga V. Degtyareva PhD, Associate Professor of the Department of Therapy of Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Minsk, Belarus
The format of the meeting: online/offline.
The official language: Russian, for the EFIC speaker – simultaneous translation
Time: Minsk (FET), UTC +3
First of all, greetings from the Finnish Pain Society to all other chapters.
The year 2022 is the association’s 26th year of operation. The aim of the association’s activities is to develop multidisciplinary and versatile pain research and treatment in Finland. The association seeks to influence issues and opinions related to pain management in society. We want to make the societal impact of pain more visible.
The councils of the association will plan and organize nationwide multi-professional pain management training days for health care professionals and in-depth pain training with profession-specific training. In order to increase the number of participants in the trainings, it is necessary to make the trainings more attractive by changing the forms of training from mere ordinary lectures to more diverse ones, such as the “hands-on” type. Promoting networking among pain management professionals is also one of the key goals of the association’s activities. The challenge for the coming period is to adapt to the changes during and after the corona epidemic.
We are planning a Finnish pain congress for the end of march. If we take the current Corona situation into account, it will probably be a hybrid congress.
When providing training and assessment assistance, the association provides special qualifications related to pain medicine and strives to make the study of pain medicine more popular among the Finnish medical and dental profession. The association will support expert training in pain for psychologists, physiotherapists and nurses.
The association has open websites with closed membership pages. In addition, the association has a closed Facebook group.
The association supports pain research by announcing grants to members.
Cooperation with the IASP, EFIC / SIP, and SASP will continue and efforts will be made to improve it.