Michael J Cousins Lecture

In recognition of the significant contributions of Professor Michael J Cousins FANZCA, FFPMANZCA to the field of pain medicine and his initiative to establish the Faculty of Pain Medicine, the faculty plenary session at the college's annual scientific meeting was named the Michael Cousins Lecture.

The inaugural Michael Cousins Lecture was delivered by Professor Henrik Kehlet in 2003.

Eligibility criteria

TBC

Past lectures

Year

Lecture

Lecturer

Country

2018

The neurobiology of acute postoperative pain and the translation to post-surgical pain management guidelines

Professor Oscar de Leon-Casasola

US

2017

The psychology of physical experience: exploring the 10 neglected senses

Professor Christopher Eccleston

2016

Novel analgesics/ Future challenges

Professor Anthony Dickenson

UK

2015

Imaging analgesia and anaesthesia

Professor Irene Tracey

UK

2014

From Acute to Chronic Pain: Risk Factors, Genertics and Possible Preventative Strategies

Professor Audun Stubhaug

Norway

2013

The prince and me

Professor Edzard Ernst

UK

2012

Opiophobia, regulation and risk management: developments in the USA, a cautionary tale.

Dr Daniel Bennett

US

2011

Imaging pain: From research to clinical application

Ms Catherine Bushnell

Canada

2010

What’s wrong with animal models of pain?

Professor Jeffrey Mogil

US

2009

Cannabinoid analgesia: Future friend or dead end?

Professor Andrew Rice

UK

2008

New Observations About Anatomy in Regional Anaesthesia

Professor Quinn Hogan

US

2007

No lecture given

2006

Can we prevent chronic pain after surgery?

Dr William Macrae

UK

2005

Chest pain and the mind

Professor Mark Sullivan

US

2004

Diagnosis and management of complex regional pain syndrome

Professor Ralf Baron

Germany

2003

Postoperative analgesia and patient outcome - the second round needs a change in tactic?

Professor Henrik Kehlet

Denmark



 
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