HKPS Related Events

 

2-3 September 2016
A scientific meeting on hypnosis, which is jointly organized by the Hong Kong Pain Society and Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, PolyU, will be held on 2-3 September 2016 in PolyU. The event is composed of an evening lecture on 2 September 2016 (Friday) and a 6-hour workshop on 3 September 2016 (Saturday). We are privileged to have Prof. Mark Jensen from the University of Washington as the guest speaker of the whole event.

For details of the event and registration, please refer to the attached poster. Members of the Hong Kong Pain Society will enjoy a discounted registration fee! Please note that deadline of application is on 28 August 2016.

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28-30 April 2016
International Regional Anaesthesia and Multidisciplinary Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Congress on Pain Management (MSK US PM) 2016


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8-9 April 2016
International Symposium on Work Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation


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14, 21 & 28 January 2016
A certificate course on the General Chronic Pain Conditions co-organized by the Hong Kong Pain Society and the Federation.

 

Please refer to the poster below for details. For application, please download the application form and return the completed form together with the appropriate fee to the Secretariat of the Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong, 4/F Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong."


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Application Form



25-27 September 2015
Spine Summit Asia Pacific - Hong Kong 2015


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Day Registration Form for HKPS members


21-24 June 2014
11th Annual International Symposium of Ultrasound for Regional Anesthesia, Pain Medicine & Perioperative Application (ISURA 2014)

 

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27 May 2013 Inaugural meeting of Cafe Scientifique Hong Kong

 

PAIN AND THE BRAIN

Presented by Nick Rawlins, Professor of Experimental Psychology and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University.

Do you suffer from headaches? Does back pain keep you up at night? Most of us experience recurring pain at some point in our lives, but how do we know that the pain is real and not just in our minds?

For our first Cafe Scientifique, Professor Rawlins explains that when it comes to chronic pain, the mind-body interaction holds the key to understanding why it hurts. The pain we feel stems not only from our current health problems, but also from our fear of future pain.

PAIN AND THE BRAIN recounts the extraordinary tale of a man who had a huge steel bar blown through his skull, but miraculously survived. Encompassing 'the most famous brain in neuroscience', amazing new technology which allows us to see right inside the brain, and a toe that had a nail driven through it (ouch!), this Cafe will help you see your aches and pains in a whole new light. 

 

About Cafe Scientifique

Cafe Scientifique is a place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. They are run in over 30 countries around the world.

Cafes start with a short talk (usually 20-30 minutes) by the speaker, to introduce the topic. After that there is a short break, to allow glasses to be refilled, followed by an hour or so of questions and answers and general discussion. The talks cover a wide range of topics relating to science - everything from Astronomy to Zoology. They are jargon-free, accessible to all, and extremely interesting!

Cafes Scientifique is a not-for-profit organisation and the talks are free of charge. Speakers are not paid fees but a hat will be passed around on the night for voluntary contributions towards their travel expenses and a well-earned drink.

When: Monday 27th May 2013. 7pm doors open, grab a drink and a snack. 7.30-9.00pm talk followed by discussion. 
Where: Hong Kong Maritime Museum, Central Ferry Pier No.8
Cost: FREE

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12 November 2011 Symposium on °• Working towards Effective Pain Control for Cancer Patients°¶

 

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