2022 FPM Symposium

Join us in Perth on Friday 29 April for the Faculty of Pain Medicine (FPM) Symposium. Registration is now open! Please visit the ASM website to register.

Format

This will be a face-to-face, full-day satellite event to the ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM), so it will be an incredible opportunity to reconnect with your colleagues and enjoy the in-person learning experience. And if you can’t make it over to Perth, you’re welcome to attend as a virtual delegate. We’ll be livestreaming all sessions, and delegates will have unlimited on demand access to the entire scientific program through our OnAIR virtual event platform for 12 months after the meeting.

Scientific program

Our theme for the day is “Adapting”. We’re exploring challenging topics such as headache and orofacial pain, and discussing our developing profession and how we support future pain specialists with education and wellbeing. There’ll also be a session devoted to the intriguing intersection of pain medicine and rehabilitation. Registration will open on Friday 26 November.

Speakers

We’re excited to welcome our two FPM international speakers, Professor Bart Morlion and Professor Claudia Sommer, presenting virtually from Belgium and Germany respectively.

  • Professor Bart Morlion

    Director of the Leuven Centre for Algology & Pain Management at the University Hospitals of Leuven and clinical professor at the University of Leuven
  • Professor Claudia Sommer

    Professor of Neurology at the University of Würzburg, Germany
 

Workshops

Friday 29 April 7-8.30am
Optional workshop – Management of acute behavioural disturbance, Dr Stephanie Oak. (Note: places are limited.)

Monday 2 May 
The following workshops being held at the ANZCA ASM are accessible for FPM Symposium registrants:

  • FPM02 Ultrasound-guided blocks for peripheral neuropathic pain syndromes
  • FPM03 ALS workshops for specialist pain medicine physicians
  • FPM04 Motivational interviewing skills
  • FPM05 How to set up a private pain practice
  • W88 Annual Supervisors of Training (SOT) workshop (ANZCA and FPM) – Trainee centred learning: trust and entrustment
  • FPM06 Botulinum toxin: Beyond the obvious
  • FPM07 Pain down under: Unwrapping the puzzle of persistent pelvic pain


All of the above workshops can be selected during registration process should you wish to attend.

Social program

We’ll end the day with a dinner at Fraser’s Kings Park. This is a great opportunity to mingle with colleagues while sampling delicious local produce.

Registration

Delegates can register online for both the symposium and the ASM through a single registration process. 

Social media

Join the conversation on Twitter by using the event hashtag #FPM22PER

Contact

For further information, please contact events.

  • Date

    29 April

  • Time

    8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

  • Location

    PCEC, Perth

Last updated 12:01 26.11.2021