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A team of clinical doctors and researchers in neuroscience at the University of Zurich and the University of Cambridge are developing a tool to predict future pain levels in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Currently they have developed a device to track chronic pain levels in CRPS using portable EEG and a smartphone app.
The Research Team include:
Dr Maria Niedernhuber (University of Zurich, University of Cambridge),
Prof Tristan Bekinschtein (University of Cambridge),
The International Association for the Study of Pain's Global Year focuses on a special aspect of pain and to increase awareness within the pain community and beyond. The aim of the 2022 Global Year is to increase awareness of pain knowledge and how it can benefit of those living with pain. The 2022 Global Year will provide fact sheets and webinars, news and publications, and workshops and events at World Congress to help lead to improved patient outcomes.
Study Title: “Are we there yet?” - Emerging Adulthood (18 – 25 years) and Living with a Long-Term Physical Condition
Please read and carefully consider this information leaflet before deciding on whether to take part.
Who is conducting this study?
The 12th Congress of the European Pain Federation EFIC® will be held in Dublin, Ireland from 27-30 April 2022. As Europe´s most important multi-disciplinary and multi-professional organisation in the field of pain science, representing 37 constituent national pain societies with over 20,000 scientists, doctors, physiotherapists, nurses, psychologists, and other healthcare professionals. The core domains of activity focus on education, research and advocacy.