Timothy Wideman holds a doctorate in experimental psychology from McGill University and a post-doctoral research fellowship from John Hopkins University, Baltimore. He is an assistant professor at McGill University’s School of Physical and Occupational Therapy and a licensed physical therapist. His research explores the biopsychosocial determinants of pain-related disability as well as rehabilitation interventions that target these factors and has been published in the leading scientific journals and international conferences within the fields of pain and rehabilitation.
Managing complex pain in a busy practice: what can I do in 15 minutes?
Lieu et horaire de la formation
À Montréal : Bureau de l’OPPQ
7151, rue Jean-Talon Est, bureau 1000
Anjou (Québec) H1M 7N8
8 h 30 à 16 h 30
Ce cours est offert uniquement en anglais.
At the completion of this workshop, you will have a knowledge of the fundamental principles of chronic pain management and of clinical assessment and treatment strategies for managing chronic/complex pain conditions within a busy clinical stetting.
Upon completion of this workshop, you will be able to:
- Develop a framework for approaching chronic and complex pain conditions.
- Implement assessment strategies that address factors which influence chronic and pain conditions.
- Implement interventions that have been shown to help recovery from chronic and complex pain.
- Develop a strategy for integrating these management principles into daily practice.
- Case study
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