Pain Management Skills Course - ONLINE SEPT 2021

7:00pm Thursday, 9 September 2021
8:30pm Thursday, 11 November 2021
AHTA Courses
Online Webinar
Live from
Online Only, Australian Capital Territory 2000
Australia

1. Course information

Refer to the COURSE PROFILE page on this website for information about the Pain Management Skills course.

2. Course delivery

This course will be delivered via an online platform. 

3. Course schedule

The course consists of 7 webinar sessions (each of 90 minutes duration) conducted over a 2-3 month timeframe. 

Session 1: 9th Sept

Session 2: 16th Sept

Session 3: 23rd Sept

Session 4: 30th Sept

Session 5: 7th Oct

Session 6: 14th Oct

Session 7: 11th Nov

Session times to be confirmed. (Evenings)

4. Registration

To register, click on 'Purchase Event' below

Non-Member $2000

Associate $1300

Accredited Hand Therapist $1200

When payment is finalised you will receive a confirmation email with instructions. Please check your junk email in the first instance. If it is not received contact the office immediately events@ahta.com.au 

5. Registration close

Registration closes the 5th August 2021.

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About the presenters

Dr Sarah Overton

Sarah is a senior clinical psychologist with over 15 years of experience in the area of pain management at the Pain Management & Research Centre at Royal North Shore Hospital. Her work includes running ADAPT programs as part of a multidisciplinary team and conducting comprehensive assessments of chronic pain patients within a biopsychosocial model. She is also a lecturer in the Graduate Studies in Pain Management Program with the University of Sydney.

 

Maria de Sousa

Maria is a senior physiotherapist with over 12 years of experience at the Pain Management & Research Centre at Royal North Shore Hospital. She has completed her Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) and contributes to the Graduate Studies in Pain Management Program with the University of Sydney. Her work includes conducting comprehensive assessments of patients with persistent pain within a biopsychosocial model and running cognitive-behavioural pain management programs as part of a multidisciplinary team.

 

Course testimonial

This course so far has given me a solid framework for helping clients manage chronic pain. I am so glad that I have stuck with the course. I have done pain webinars in the past which weren’t helpful. They focussed more on the way the client might feel rather than solutions. I feel enthusiastic and I know that I now have a workable tool kit for chronic pain clients. I use much of these tools in my practice already. This gives me structure for chronic pain clients.

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