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Conference

PROGRAMME

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Pre Conference Workshops

(11th April 2019, Thursday)
LECTURE HALL A LECTURE HALL B LECTURE HALL C
Pain Management Refresher Course Ultrasound Workshop Transdisciplinary Approach in the
Management of Pain
0830 - 0900
Musculoskeletal Pain (with focus on osteoarthritis)

Prof Lars Arendt-Nielsen, Denmark

0830 - 0900
Basic Principles of Ultrasound

TBC

0830 - 0900
The Concept of Transdisciplinary in Pain Management

Assoc Prof Zubaidah Jamil Osman, Malaysia

0900 - 0930
Recent Advances in Developing Individualised Treatments for Neuropathic Pain

Prof Andrew S. C. Rice, United Kingdom

0900 - 0930
Knobology

TBC

0900 - 0930
Assessment and Management of Patients: The ABCs of Motivational Interviewing Approach

Dr Shawn Lee Ji Kwan, Malaysia

0930 - 1000
Peripheral Neuropathic Pain - Mechanisms and Management

Prof Troels S. Jensen, Denmark

0930 - 1000
Tea Break
0930 - 1000
Pain Behaviour: Is it always bad?

Assoc Prof Zubaidah Jamil Osman, Malaysia

1000 - 1030
Tea Break
  1000 - 1030
Tea Break
Pain Management Refresher Course Ultrasound Workshop:
Skill Stations
Skill Stations
1030 - 1100
Pain Syndromes in Cancer Survivors

Assoc Prof Sasikaan Nimmaanrat, Thailand

1000 - 1030
Station 1 : Upper Limb (Interscalene, Supraclavicular, Axillary)

Dr Ng Kim Swan, Malaysia

1030 - 1100
Station 1 - Why do I have Chronic Pain?: Communicating Pain to Patients.

Assoc Prof Zubaidah Jamil Osman, Malaysia

1100 - 1130
Update on Acute Pain Management – What is New? (ERAS, ketamine, gabapentinoids, peripheral nerve blocks, etc)

Dr Andi Muhammad Takdir Musba, Indonesia

1030 - 1100
Station 2 : Lower Limb (Femoral, Adductor Canal, LFCN, Obturator N)

Dr Khoo Eng Lea, Malaysia

1100 - 1130
Station 2 - Physiotherapy

Ms Syarifah Nora, Malaysia

1130 - 1200
Engaging the Patient in Pain Coping skills (including an introduction/synopsis on CBT)

Prof Michael Nicholas, Australia

1100 - 1130
Station 3 : Upper Truncal Block (Thoracic Paravertebral, Intercostal, PECS)

Dr Ahmad Afifi Mohd Arshad, Malaysia

1130 - 1200
Station 3 - Psychology

Dr Shawn Lee Ji Kwan, Malaysia

1200 - 1230
Pain Management in Trauma Patients

Prof Ramani Vijayan, Malaysia

1130 - 1200
Station 4: Lower Truncal Block (Rectus Sheath, Transverse Abdominis Plane (TAP), Ilio-inguinal Ilio-hypogastric)

Dr Lai Hou Yee, Malaysia

1200 - 1230
Station 4 - Occupational Therapy

TBC

1230 - 1330
Lunch
1200 - 1230
Station 5: Lumbar Plexus (Lumbar epidural, Lumbar plexus, Quadratus Lumborum (Lat Approach))

TBC

1230 - 1330
Lunch
  1230 - 1300
Station 6: Sacral Plexus (Subgluteal sciatic, Popliteal)

Prof Philip W. H. Peng, Canada

 
1300 - 1400
Lunch
Pain Management Refresher Course Ultrasound Workshop: Skill Stations Case Studies
1330 - 1400
Managing Pain in Children - General Principles

Assoc Prof Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf, USA

1400 - 1430
Station 7: Head and neck (Superficial cervical plexus, Stellate ganglion, Cervical medial branch, Greater occipital nerve)

Dr Ng Kim Swan, Malaysia

1400 - 1430
Episodic Pain in Cancer Patients

Assoc Prof Cynthia Goh, Singapore

1430 - 1500
Station 8: Cervical medial branch, Greater occipital nerve

Dr Khoo Eng Lea, Malaysia

1430 - 1500
Challenges of Managing Pain in the Elderly

Assoc Prof Roger Goucke, Australia

1500 - 1530
Station 9: Shoulder (Acromioclavicular joint, Subacromial subdeltoid bursa, Glenohumeral Joint, Suprascapular nerve)

Dr Ahmad Afifi Mohd Arshad, Malaysia

1500 - 1530
Update on Fibromyalgia

Prof Eva Kosek, Sweden

1530 - 1600
Station 10: Lumbar spine (Lumbar facet joint, Lumbar medial branch)

Dr Lai Hou Yee, Malaysia

1530 - 1600
MusculoskeletPaiwitfocuonosteoarthritis

ProfLarsArendtNielsenDenmark

1600 - 1630
Station 11 : Gluteal (Hip joint, injection, Muscle injection)

TBC

1530 - 1600
Summary and Conclusion
Q&A
  1630 - 1700
Station 12: Sacrum (Sacroiliac Joint, SI joint, piriformis, pudendal N block)

Prof Philip W. H. Peng, Canada

 
1700 - 1800
Opening Ceremony followed by Welcome Reception

Conference Day 1

(12th April 2019, Friday)
  LECTURE HALL A LECTURE HALL B LECTURE HALL C
0800 - 0810 Introductory Remarks by the Scientific Chairpersons
0810 - 0840 Plenary 1: Regional Collaboration to Enhance Pain and Palliative Care Services

Assoc Prof Cynthia Goh, Singapore

0840 - 0910 Plenary 2: Global Burden of Disease: The Impact of Pain

Prof Fiona Blyth, Australia

0910 - 1010 President's Forum - Building Collaborations
Moderator: Prof Troels S. Jensen
  President of IPS, Indonesia - Prof Hasan Sjahrir
  President of MASP, Malaysia - Dr Mary Suma Cardosa
  President of MSSP, Myanmar - Prof Khin Myo Hla
  President of PSP, Philippines - Dr Lilybeth R. Tanchocho
  President of PAS, Singapore - Dr Nicholas Chua
  President of TASP, Thailand - Assoc Prof Chutamanee Suthisisang
1010 - 1030 Tea Break & Exhibit Visit
1030 - 1200 Symposium 1 -
Head and Neck Pain
Symposium 2 -
Low Back Pain
Symposium 3 -
Paediatric Pain
  Primary Headache: Migraine

Dr Julia Shahnaz Merican, Malaysia

Managing Low Back Pain: Do's & Don'ts

Dr Ozlan Izma Muhamed Kamil, Malaysia

Managing Procedural Pain in Children

Dr Tang Swee Ping, Malaysia

  Secondary Headache: Medication Overuse

Dr Nicholas Chua, Singapore

Preventing Fear Avoidance in Low Back Pain

Mr Lester Jones, Australia

Abdominal Pain in Children

Assoc Prof Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf, USA

  Cervicogenic Headache

Dr Nicholas Chua, Singapore

TBC

Dr Jocelyn C. Que, Philippines

Role of Family in Alleviating & Perpetuating Pain Behaviours in Children

Dr Angela Yeo Siok Hoong, Singapore

  Q&A Q&A Q&A
1200 - 1300 Sponsored Lunch Symposium 1 Sponsored Lunch Symposium 2  
1300 - 1400 Lunch / Friday Prayers / Poster Viewing / Exhibit Visit
1400 - 1430 Plenary 3: Signs and Symptoms of Sensitisations Across Chronic Pain Conditions

Prof Lars Arendt-Nielsen, Denmark

1430 - 1500 Plenary 4: Brain Imaging of Chronic Pain

Prof Karen D. Davis, Canada

1500 - 1630 Symposium 4 -
Latest Update in Pharmacology for Pain Management
Symposium 5 -
Medicolegal and Ethical Issues
Symposium 6 -
Managing Challenging Cases
  COXIBs / NSAIDs: The Controversies

Dr Ho Kok Yuen, Singapore

Waiting For Chronic Pain Treatment: Issues and Implications

Mrs Anne Burke, Australia

Managing Addiction in the Pain Patient on Opioids

Dr Munidasa Winslow, Singapore

  Cannabinoids for Neuropathic Pain: Are they safe or effective?

Prof Andrew S. C. Rice, United Kingdom

Ethical Challenges in a Death- Denying Environment

Dr Ednin Hamzah, Malaysia

Pathophysiology and Treatment of Fibromyalgia

Prof Eva Kosek, Sweden

  Topical Analgesia

Assoc Prof Chuthamanee Suthisisang, Thailand

Brain Imaging to Treat or Diagnose Pain: Ethical Issues

Prof Karen D. Davis, Canada

Prevention of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Prof Merle F. dela Cruz-Odi, Philippines

  Q&A Q&A Q&A
1300 - 1400 Poster Viewing/Tea Break & Exhibit Visit
   
1900 Onwards Faculty Dinner

Conference Day 2

(13th April 2019, Saturday)
  LECTURE HALL A LECTURE HALL B LECTURE HALL C
0800 - 0830 Plenary 5 : Pain in Children

Assoc Prof Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf, USA

0830 - 0900 Plenary 6: An Overview of Neuropathic Pain in Infectious Diseases

Prof Andrew S. C. Rice, UK

0900 - 1030 Symposium 7 -
Using Internet-Based Technology to Advance Pain Management
Symposium 8 -
Pain in Vulnerable Populations
Symposium 9 -
Cancer Pain
  Using Social Media as an Advocacy Tool

Assoc Prof James F. Cleary, USA

Fragile Cancer Patients

Dr Ednin Hamzah, Malaysia

Neuropathic Pain in Advanced Cancer

Dr Henry Lu, Philippines

  Long-Distance Education Using Web- Based Tools

Prof Michael Nicholas, Australia

Pain in Older Adults

Assoc Prof Roger Goucke, Australia

Management of Cancer Pain in Paediatric Patients

Dr Edy Setyawan Tehuteru, Indonesia

  Applying Technology in Delivering Psychological Interventions for Chronic Pain: A Study in Singapore

Dr Yang Su-Yin, Singapore

Pain Assessment in Survivors of Torture: A case of Resilience versus Vulnerability

Mr Lester Jones, Australia

Interventional Pain Management in Cancer Pain

Dr Ng Kim Swan, Malaysia

  Q&A Q&A Q&A
1030 - 1100 Tea Break & Exhibit Visit
1100 - 1230 Symposium 10 -
Pain Management Programme
Symposium 11 -
Acute Pain
Symposium 12 -
Pain Related Research
  Overview Of Pain Management Programmes in Asia

Dr Yang Su-Yin, Singapore

Improving Patient Outcomes following surgery

Dr Maria Dolma Gudez-Santos, Philippines

Knowledge Translation

Prof Fiona Blyth, Australia

  Training Of Personnel Who Run Pain Management Programmes

Assoc Prof Zubaidah Jamil Osman, Malaysia

Continuous Regional Analgesic Techniques For Acute Pain Relief

Dr Michael Beh Zhi Yuen, Malaysia

Lost in Translation: Why Pre-Clinical Research has Not Delivered New Drug for Neuropathic Pain

Prof Troels S. Jensen, Denmark

  From West to East: Addressing Cultural Differences in Pain Management Programmes

Dr Nattha Saisavoey, Thailand

The Transition From Acute To Chronic Pain - Identifying the Risk Factors

Dr Stephan A. Schug, Australia

Overcoming Challenges in Doing Research in ASEAN Countries

Assoc Prof Teekayu P. Jorns, Thailand

  Q&A Q&A Q&A
1230 - 1330 Sponsored Lunch Symposium 3 Sponsored Lunch Symposium 4  
1330 - 1400 Poster Viewing & Exhibit Visit
1400 - 1530 Symposium 13 -
Neuropathic Pain
Symposium 14 -
Pain Rehabilitation
Symposium 15 -
Pain Education
  Emerging Treatment For Neuropathic Pain

Prof Troels S. Jensen, Denmark

Prescribing Exercise and Ensuring Compliance for Chronic Pain Patients

Ms Syarifah Nora, Malaysia

Promoting Undergraduates Pain Education

Prof Nancy M. Rehatta, Indonesia

  Brachial Plexus Injury

Dr Pradit Prateepavanich, Thailand

Return to Work Programme for Chronic Pain Patients

Prof Khin Myo Hla, Myanmar

Pain Education for Non-Pain Specialists in the Philippines

Dr MA. Salome N. Vios, Philippines

  Exploring Comprehensive Management of Painful Diabetic Neuropathy

Dr Jimmy Barus, Indonesia

Rehabilitation for Cancer Survivors

Dr Sharon Anne Khor Kiat Sim, Malaysia

Impact of Cancer Pain Education Programme in Myanmar

TBC

  Q&A Q&A Q&A
1530 - 1630 Best Poster Presentation
1630 - 1700 Poster Viewing/Tea Break & Exhibit Visit
   
1900 Onwards Conference Dinner

Conference Day 3

(14th April 2019, SUNDAY)
  LECTURE HALL A LECTURE HALL B LECTURE HALL C
0800 - 0830 Plenary 7: Ultrasound for Musculoskeletal Pain Intervention

Prof Philip W. H. Peng, Canada

0830 - 0900 Plenary 8: The Other Opioids Crisis

Dr Francis Javier, Philippines

0900 - 1030 Symposium 16 -
Pain Management
Symposium 17 -
Musculoskeletal Pain
Symposium 18 -
Pain Classification
  Perineural Steroid : What Is The Current Evidence?

Dr Nicholas Chua, Singapore

TBC

Prof Myint Thaung, Myanmar

Pain Diagnoses in ICD 11: Implications for Pain Practitioners

Prof Michael Nicholas, Australia

  Neuromodulation In Context of Developing Country

Dr Nantthasorn Zinboonyahgoon, Thailand

Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine: The Evidence for Pain Medicine

Dr Yap Sau Hsien, Singapore

Nociplastic Pain: Do We Need a 3rd Descriptor?

Prof Eva Kosek, Sweden

  Hip And Knee Intervention : State of the Art Review

Prof Philip W. H. Peng, Canada

TBC

Prof Angela BM Tulaar, Indonesia

Pain Descriptors in Vernacular Language

Dr Athena Tang Mee Yee, Malaysia

  Q&A Q&A Q&A
1030 - 1100 Tea Break & Exhibit Visit
1100 - 1200 Panel Discussion: "Opioids - Getting the Balance Right"
  Moderators Dr Ednin Hamzah
Prof Ramani Vijayan
  Global and Regional Perspective on Opioid Use Assoc Prof James F. Cleary, USA
  To discuss:
IASP Statements of Opioids and It's Relevance to ASEAN Cancer Pain / Palliative Care / Appropriate Use of Opioids
Prof A. Husni Tanra, Prof Myint Thaung,
Dr Lilybeth R. Tanchocho,
Dr Ho Kok Yuen,
Assoc Prof Supranee Niruthisard,
TBC
1200 - 1230 Closing Ceremony




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