Queensland FPM August evening lecture

Join us in Brisbane on Monday August 12 for the Queensland FPM August evening lecture.


Guest speaker

We welcome Professor Stephan Schug who will present "The role of atypical opioids in pain management".

Stephan Schug is Professor and Chair of Anaesthesiology and Pain Medicine in the Medical School of the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia, and recently retired Director of Pain Medicine at Royal Perth Hospital, Australia. His principal research interests include the management of acute and chronic pain, cancer pain, regional anaesthesia, the pharmacology of local anaesthetics and analgesics, and quality improvement on health care.

Professor Schug studied Medicine at the University of Cologne, Germany, where he also obtained his Doctor of Medicine (MD) in clinical pharmacology and subsequently specialised in anaesthesia and pain medicine. He has written amongst others 80 research and 180 review papers. He is currenty on editorial and review boards of several leading journals, and an active member of several pain and anaesthesia societies including member of the Board of the Faculty of Pain Medicine of ANZCA (FPMANZCA).

 

Program

6.30pm     Drinks and canapes
7-8pm       Presentation


Registration

There is no cost to attend this event, but bookings are essential.
Trainees and allied health professionals are welcome.

Register online with your college ID today. If you don't have a college ID please email us.

Remote access
This lecture will also be available to a limited number of delegates to join remotely. Please email us if you are interested.


Location

ANZCA Queensland regional office
West End Corporate Park
20 Pidgeon Close
West End, QLD 4101
 

CPD

This event is ANZCA CPD approved. Members will automatically have their attendance accredited to their CPD portfolio following the meeting.

 

Sponsor

Proudly supported by:



 

More information

Julie Donovan
P: +61 7 3846 1233
E: qldevents@anzca.edu.au

 
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