An Introduction to pain management
This is a rebroadcast of a webinar from 2021 where Brendan briefly explores some of the history of pain, its management, and where we are now. This is a nice starting point for those starting to engage with pain science, and who want to establish good foundations.
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5 must-read books from 2022
2022 brought a lot of new learning to the table. And although I love digging deep into peer-reviewed literature, there is nothing like a good non-fiction read to spark some curiosity and tie some adjacent fields into what we do. Here are my top 5 books from 2022 (not necessarily published in 2022) with some summaries to avoid biasing you too much ;).
The McGurk Effect - What we can learn from a simple illusion
This short video explores the McGurk effect and what it tells us about perception and reality.
IASP 2022 Poster Presentation
SCREENING FOR DEPRESSION IN PERSISTING PAIN PATIENTS HAS NEGLIGIBLE EFFECTS ON DEPRESSION AT SIX-MONTH FOLLOW-UP
Pain: An Epistemological Account
Preamble: Here, Sam brings a work that is well worth the investment in time to read and understand
A SINGLE-ITEM MOOD QUESTION ADEQUATELY DISCRIMINATES THOSE WITH MODERATELY SEVERE TO SEVERE DEPRESSION
This is a research poster presented at the Australian Pain Society Conference in 2022. An abstract can be found below along with Brendan’s details and links to other publications.
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