World Congress of the WIP

7th World Congress World Institute of Pain
Maastricht, The Netherlands,
May 7 - 10, 2014

The World Institute of Pain (WIP) and Wiley have jointly composed a catalog of articles from our journal, PAIN Practice, related to the 2014 WIP Congress topics and speakers.


World Congress of the WIP

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Update on the biopsychosocial model for chronic pain

By Dr Filippini - de Moor Gertruda, Professor Smeets Rob, de JongJeroen, Dr Köke Albère J.A.

Evidence-based interventional pain medicine according to clinical diagnoses. Part 1: Clinical anatomy

By Dr Van Boxem Koen, Dr Lataster Arno

Chronification of post-operative pain: what is the issue?

By Prof Pogatzki-Zahn Esther, Dr Allegri Massimo, Dr Lavand'homme Patricia

Specific pharmacological considerations in the prescription of analgetics

By Dr Schiere Sjouke, Dr Veldhuijzen Dieuwke, Dr Brouwers Koos, Dr Finch Philip

From the surface to the depth: ultrasound in interventional pain therapy

By Sommer Micha, Professor Narouze Samer, Dr Gofeld Michael, Dr Nicholls Barry

Evidence-based interventional pain medicine according to clinical diagnoses. Part 2: Clinical Anatomy

By Dr Van Boxem Koen, Dr Herrler Andreas

Prevention of acute pain: is it possible?

By Professor Marcus Marco, Dr Van de Velde Marc, Dr Rawal Narinder

Atypical analgesics in the pharmacotherapy of chronic pain: let's get practical!

By Professor Morlion Bart, Dr Hans Guy, Professor Tölle Thomas, Professor Morlion Bart

Prithvi Raj Lecture

By Dr Rauck Richard, Professor Eisenach Jim

Correct diagnosis leads to better treatment of low back pain

By Dr Baron Ralf, Dr Albert Hanne, Professor Cohen Steven P.

New indications and techniques for spinal cord stimulation

By Dr De Andrés José, Dr De Andrés José, Professor Kapural Leo, Dr Van Buyten Jean-Pierre

Evidence-based interventional pain medicine according to clinical diagnoses. Part 3: Facial and occipital pain

By Dr Vanelderen Pascal, Dr Liem Liong, Dr Filippini - de Moor Gertruda

Cancer pain: management and consequences of management

By Prof Vissers Kris C.P, Dr De Leon-Casasola Oscar, Dr Bennett Michael

Neuropathic pain, genes and clinical implications

By Professor Devor Marshall, Dr Allegri Massimo, Dr Primorac Dragan

Evidence-based interventional pain medicine according to clinical diagnoses. Part 4: Lumbar Pain

By Dr Van Boxem Koen, Professor van Kleef Maarten, Dr Vanelderen Pascal

Plenary Session 1

By Prof Vissers Kris C. P., Professor van Kleef Maarten, Dr Hartrick Craig, Professor Basbaum Allan I., Professor Moore Andrew

Diagnosis and clinical implications of small fiber neuropathy

By Dr Haanpää Maija, Dr Lauria Giuseppe, Prof Faber Catharina

Radiofrequency: an inconvenient truth

By Professor van Kleef Maarten, Professor Cohen Steven P., Dr Gauci Charles

Evidence-based interventional pain medicine according to clinical diagnoses. Part 5: Disc, CRPS, Angor

By Dr Huygen Frank, Dr Kallewaard Jan Willem, Dr Wille Frank

Neuropathic itch and pain: new preclinical approach to assessment and implications for the pain physician

By Professor Basbaum Allan I., Dr Dong Xinzhong, Dr Schmelz Martin, Professor Evers Andrea

Chronic musculo-skeletal conditions and pain

By Dr Pichot Carmen, Dr Verbunt Jeanine, Prof Koshi Edvin

Patrick Wall Lecture

By Professor Basbaum Allan I., Prof Tracey Irene

EBM and clinical guidelines in interventional pain therapy: fact or fiction?

By Dr Van Zundert Jan, Dr Wells Chris, Dr Van Zundert Jan, Professor Moore Andrew

Latest and groundbreaking developments in CRPS

By Professor Smeets Rob, Dr Huygen Frank, Dr Perez Roberto, Dr den Hollander Marlies

Evidence based interventional pain therapy according to clinical diagnoses. Part 6: Visceral and cancer pain

By Dr Puylaert Martine, Dr Giezeman Maurice, Professor Morlion Bart

Post-surgical neuropathic pain syndromes

By Prof Vissers Kris C. P., Dr Peters Madelon, Professor Kehlet Henrik, Dr Steegers Monique

Minimal invasive spinal surgery and interventional pain techniques are complementary specialties

By Professor Ruiz-Lopez Ricardo, Professor Peul Wilco, Professor Mekhail Nagy