PainAdelaide 2013

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PainAdelaide 2013 registration

PainAdelaide 2013 programme

Posters at PainAdelaide must be submitted as a single pdf page and be identical to the poster you will put up for viewing on the day.  Your poster may have been presented at a separate conference in 2012 or 2013.

All posters submitted will be considered for one of three prizes – one for basic science, one for clinical science and one for best overall.  Please attach your pdf to an email and send it to:tracy.jones@unisa.edu.au

In subject line write:  YOUR NAME_POSTER

In the body of the email, please write:

Your Title and Name.

Institution.

Stage of your degree.

The conference at which the poster was first presented.

One sentence on each of these questions:

 

What is the problem you are trying to solve?

What is the hypothesis this study tested?

What was the conclusion?

What is the clinical relevance of the work?

Example email:

Your Title and Name.  Mr George Mavriganis

Institution.  Flinders University

Stage of your degree. 3rd year PhD student.

The conference at which the poster was first presented. International Congress on Visual Illusions. Siena, Italy, 2012.

One sentence on each of these questions:

What is the problem you are trying to solve? Intractable phantom limb pain which is unresponsive to medications.

What is the hypothesis this study tested? The visual illusion that a phantom arm has been cooled decreases phantom limb pain.

What was the conclusion? It does not.

What is the clinical relevance of the work? Don’t use the visual illusion of cooling of the phantom arm to decrease phantom limb pain.

Comments

  1. I wish I could be there again this year!

    Will it be available on video (Wimeo, YouTube etc?) later for those of us not able to come?

    I wish you all a great congress

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  2. Hi Morten We could livestream but it would cost. We are currently canvassing who would be willing to spend $80 to have a week’s log in to watch painadelaide online at their leisure (need to know quite quickly).

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    Morten Reply:

    Sure that would be acceptable!
    My only thought is that 80$ may keep too many people away from this amazing opportunity to be inspired by the frontiers of pain research?
    Would it perhaps be worthwhile to record it on a normal (HD) camera and post it for free on Wimeo or YouTube?
    Knowledge is – as you would be the first to agree – not worth a thing to those who don’t have it…
    Anyways, sign me up for a paid livestream. I’ll pour some coffee and watch it live on 8th April. As I will be watching it in my pyjamas I prefer if it is not a two-way live-stream :-)

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    Norene Reply:

    Something downloadable would be great. I’d pay the $80 for sure.

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    Hanneke van der Weijden Reply:

    Dear BiM,

    I think it is a great idea to ad livestreaming to your conference. This gives peolple all around the world an opportunity to learn from your expertise and for working clinicians 80 dollars is very acceptable, but as a full time MSc student I’m wondering if there is discount available?

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  3. Hello, If we can se it on podcast/download (p.e. itunes) i’m interested. Otherwise, To watch live from Europe all day long live online will be impossible.
    Thanks,
    Diogo

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  4. Heidi Allen says:

    Thanks all. Will do our best. Would love to put it on YouTube but we don’t have the recording equipment to do it (needs good camera and sound) Podcast would be good. We are seeing what we can and can’t do with the resources we have.
    Thanks for the feedback.

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    Morten Reply:

    Awesome idea with a podcast if it cannot be done by camera!

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  5. Patrick thompson says:

    Hello there, just wanted to let you know that I would be interested in paying for a log in to the Adelaide conference.

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  6. Very interested in the video streaming the pain adelaide conference

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  7. I would love to experience this forum, but cannot get to Adelaide, just as I couldn’t get to Canberra!
    Will there be one in Brisbane???
    Would be interested in accessing the content on the Web. Even if this is just the presenters notes, or powerpoints.
    thanks :)

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  8. Bryan Dennison says:

    If it is live streaming – might be difficult to attend (due to time change here in the US and seeing patients in clinic). Would be interested in purchasing recordings of the meeting (i.e. through iTunes. podcast or something like that). Would be great if you are able to this happen.

    Thank you for looking into this.
    Bryan

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  9. “We are currently canvassing who would be willing to spend $80 to have a week’s log in to watch painadelaide online at their leisure ”
    I would be in!

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  10. Would definitely pay the $80 to have access to the conference – I second everyone else’s comments re. Time difference in Europe, option of podcast etc

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  11. I’d be interested in being able to login for a weeks access to the presentations. Or podcasts and powerpoint slides would be OK too.

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  12. Hi folks. An update on the streaming and podcasting – unless a mystery sponsor says ‘we will pay the $1100′ we can’t do it this year.

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