The Quebec Network of Junior Pain Investigators (QNJPI), along with the Chronic Pain Network (CPN), organise a workshop and a social event for trainee registred at the 95th Annual conference of the Canadian Pain Society. Given that collaboration, the QNJPI members will have the right to attend these activities for free, event though they might not be registered to the conference.
Emerging Ethical Considerations in Pain Research & Practice: What Every Trainee Should Know
By: Carley Ouellette, Perri Tutelman, Karen Davis, Christopher DeBow, Dolly Menna-Dack
Advancements in the field of pain have been met with the emergence of new ethical challenges for clinicians and scientists. It is critical for trainees to be aware of this changing landscape and to consider the implications for their work. This interactive workshop will provide an overview of ethical issues relevant to trainees in pain research and practice on topics ranging from ethical considerations in basic science pain research, to ethical issues in clinical pain science and practice, and the ethics surrounding meaningful patient engagement. A diverse panel of speakers will share their perspectives and lived experience with ethical challenges in these domains and provide practical suggestions for trainees to consider as part of their work. First, Dr. Karen Davis will discuss the neuroethical issues of adopting brain imaging to diagnose and treat pain. Next, Ms. Dolly Menna-Dack will speak about unique ethical considerations that trainees should be aware of when designing research and working clinically with the pediatric population. Finally, Mr. Christopher DeBow will cover ethical issues that should be considered by trainees in pain research and patients to help ensure meaningful patient engagement and effective collaboration in pain research.
19:15-19:45 Departure from Hotel Bonaventure in bus
19:45-20:30 Networking at Pointe-à-Callière museum
20:30-21:30 Museum visit : Queens of Egypt (English)
21:30-23:30 Networking and wrap up
Queens of Egypt
Travel back in time to ancient Egypt—to the days of the Egyptian Empire, some 3,500 years ago—where you will meet women whose remarkable destiny saw them become the wives, mothers, and daughters of pharaohs! The exhibition features over 350 prestigious objects, including monumental statues, frescos, sarcophagi, a mummy, funerary objects, and jewellery related to such legendary queens as Nefertari, Nefertiti, and Hatshepsut. An impressive multisensory experience that takes a look at one of the most important and celebrated civilizations in history.
Hoping to meet you there!
The teams of Quebec Network of Junior Pain Investigators
and Canadian Pain Network and Canadian Pain Society