This recording from the MSKR 2019 conference was an absolute crowd pleaser, Dr O’Connell uses his vast knowledge of research and teaching to convey the state of play of pain research and how to clinically apply it. This will improve your clinical skill in almost every single facet and is unmissable. The recording also contains the audience Q&A following the talk for further insights. 

Learning Objectives

  1. What does pain research show 
  2. What doesn’t pain research show 
  3. How can we better interpret research 
  4. What is the clinical application of understanding research
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Author: Neil O'Connell

Neil is a Senior Lecturer in the Physiotherapy Division of the Department of Clinical Sciences.

He divides his time between teaching and research and previously worked as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist.

Neil's research interests focus on the evidence based management of persistent pain and he has published extensively in this area.

He also leads and teaches modules on clinical research methods and evidence based practice for pre- and post-graduate clinicians.

Course Curriculum

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