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CHRONIC PAIN                                  Dr Lori Montgomery       MD CCFP
                                              Family Medicine
MANAGEMENT                                    Dr Geoff Schultz     PhD R Psych
                                              Psychologist, Chronic Pain Centre
FOR THE                                       Dr Chris Spanswick MB ChB FRCA

FAMILY                                        Anaesthesia
                                              Acting Medical Director, Calgary Pain Program


PHYSICIAN                                     Dr Paul Taenzer     PhD R Psych
                                              Psychologist, Chronic Pain Centre

                                              Martha Butler   BHSc (OT)
A MAINPRO-C COURSE                            Occupational Therapist
                                              Rehab Leader, Chronic Pain Centre

                                              Terry Kane BPHE BSc (PT)
     DAY 1                                    Physiotherapist

     Monday OCTOBER 18, 2010
                                              DISCLOSURE OF POTENTIAL CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
     2-4 ADDITIONAL DATES                     In keeping with accreditation guidelines, speakers
     TO BE ARRANGED                           participating in this event have been asked to disclose
                                              to the audience any involvement with industry or
                                              other organizations that may potentially influence the
                                              presentation of the educational material. Disclosure
                                              may be done verbally or using a slide prior to the
     Alberta Health Services                  speaker’s presentation.
     Calgary Pain Program
     Chronic Pain Centre
     #160, 2210 – 2nd Street SW
     (Holy Cross Hospital)
     Calgary, Alberta
                                              PLANNING COMMITTEE

                                              Dr Lori Montgomery       MD CCFP

                                              Dr John Clark     MD FRCPC

                                              Dr Geoff Schultz     PhD R Psych

                                              Dr Chris Spanswick      MB ChB FRCA

                                              Dr Paul Taenzer     PhD R Psych

                                              Martha Butler     BHSc (OT)

                                              Terry Kane   BPHE BSc (PT)
     Office of Continuing Medical Education
     and Professional Development




     Creating the future of health
OVERVIEW                                                PROGRAM

Family physicians are responsible for the               DAY 1
majority of the management of chronic pain.             0800-1700 (Lunch 1200-1300)
Day 1 of this course is designed to provide             Introduction and review of participants’
an overview of key issues in chronic pain               pre-course needs assessment
management. Days 2 and 3, dates and times to
                                                        What is chronic pain?
be arranged, will provide a clinical preceptorship
                                                        • Brief overview of anatomy and physiology
that responds to the needs of the individual            • Biopsychosocial model
learner. (Up to two additional days, 4 and 5,           • Differences from acute pain
can also be scheduled, based upon further               • Why does acute pain become chronic?
learner needs.)
                                                        Physical function and pain
                                                        • Factors influencing disability
OBJECTIVES                                              Assessment
                                                        • General and disease-specific
1.   To gain sufficient knowledge of the
                                                        Treatment/management options
     physiological, anatomical and psychological        • Treating pain versus disability
     mechanisms of pain to be able to explain           • Medications
     it in plain language to patients.                  • Injections and special procedures
                                                        • Psychological interventions
2.   To know how to assess the biological,
                                                        • Rehabilitation strategies
     psychological, and socio-economic
     aspects of pain.                                   Optional discussion of clinical scenarios:
                                                        headache, pelvic pain, back pain,
3.   To acquire some useful tips for managing           and disability
     patients with chronic pain in a primary
     care setting, including communication              Community resources: access to rehabilitation
     skills, medication management, and                 and psychology services, financial supports,
                                                        referral information
     basic counselling skills.

4.   To become aware of the resources available         DAY 2-3 (dates and times to be arranged)
     in the community to support patients with
                                                        Preceptored clinics:
     chronic pain.
                                                        • Neuromusculoskeletal program
5.   To practice interviewing, physical                 • Headache program
     examination, and treatment skills.                 • Pelvic program
                                                        • Physiotherapy
                                                        • Pharmacy
                                                        • Occupational therapy

                                                        Case review daily with physician preceptor
                                                        or clinic psychologist
                                                        Note: Up to two additional days, 4 and 5,
                                                        can also be scheduled, based
                                                        upon further learner needs.



                           PROGRAM MAY CHANGE DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

VENUE                                                    CONFIRMATION OF REGISTRATION
The first day of the course will be held at various      On-line registration (where available) confirmation
locations within Alberta Health Services. You will       is automatic after registering on-line. A tax receipt
be notified by the course organizer as to the exact      will be sent approximately 2 weeks after registering.
location. The preceptor day(s) will be at the
                                                         For all other methods of registration (mail, fax)
Chronic Pain Centre – #160, 2210 2nd Street SW,
                                                         confirmation will be in the form of a tax receipt.
Calgary, AB – unless otherwise indicated in
                                                         No other confirmation will be sent. Please allow
advance by the course coordinator.
                                                         2 weeks for registration processing.
PARKING
                                                         COURSE CANCELLATION POLICY
Parking is available on site at a cost of $27 per day.
                                                         The Office of Continuing Medical Education and
                                                         Professional Development reserves the right to cancel
ACCREDITATION
                                                         the course if there are insufficient registrations.
The University of Calgary – Office of Continuing
Medical Education and Professional Development is
                                                         FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
fully accredited by the Committee on Accreditation
of Canadian Medical Schools (CACMS).                     About Course Content, Contact
                                                         Sylvia M. Vespa
STUDY CREDITS                                            Phone (403) 944 2779
This course meets the accreditation criteria of the      sylvia.vespa@albertahealthservices.ca
College of Family Physicians of Canada, and has
                                                         About Registration, Contact
been accredited for up to 25 MAINPRO-C credits.
                                                         Carmen Kergan
This program has been reviewed and approved/
                                                         Phone (403) 220 6493
co-sponsored by Continuing Medical Education and
                                                         Email ckergan@ucalgary.ca
Professional Development, University of Calgary.

                                                         VISIT OUR WEBSITE
REIMBURSEMENT OF REGISTRATION FEES
                                                         www.cme.ucalgary.ca
Physicians may be eligible for reimbursement of
registration fees and expenses to attend CME courses
from a fund administered by the Alberta Medical
                                                         Support from the College of Physicians and
Association. For more information regarding this,
                                                         Surgeons of Alberta is greatly appreciated
please call the AMA at (780) 482 2626 or
1 800 272 9680.

REFUND POLICY
A registration refund will be made upon written
request prior to September 29, 2010. However
$40 will be retained for administrative costs.
No refund will be made for cancellation after
September 29, 2010. NOTE: Refunds are
processed only on the return of original receipt.
All receipts must be returned within 30 days
after program date.
                                                              CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT FOR THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN
       R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M                                                           October 18, 2010


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REGISTRATION INFORMATION                                          REGISTRATION DEADLINE
                                                                  September 29, 2010
Carmen Kergan
Phone (403) 220 6493
Email ckergan@ucalgary.ca

				
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