Nordic Back Pain Seminar/Webinar
September 20th, 2018 - Linköping Sweden
Time to pay attention and time to act
The burden of back pain in the Nordic countries; current research frontiers and future challenges.
This conference will be a combination of 'live' on site conference and webbinar. You can participate both here in Linköping or follow the whole program online. During the interactive seminar there will be possibilities for both on-site och on-line visitors to pose questions to the research panel.
As webbinar participant, you can:
- follow the entire seminar
- watch the video presentations
- participate in real time discussions and ask questions during the interactive seminar 14:00–16:00.
The webbinar is free of charge.
Registration for the webbinar is now closed. We plan to film the event and afterwards there will be a shortened version of the webbinar published as a film.
Joining the webinar
All registered webinar attendees will receive an e-mail with instructions for connecting to the webinar. We are using the video conference system Zoom. Here are instructions for connecting to a Zoom-meeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFhAEoCF7jg
Are you registered for the webbinar, but havn´t received the link for connecting? Please contact email@example.com before 9.00 AM CEST 20-09-18.
20 sept 2018 in Linköping, Sweden
Back Pain: Time to pay attention and time to act. The global burden of back pain; current research front lines and future challenges
Coffee and registration
Introduction and welcome
Professor Birgitta Öberg and the scientific committee
(Professor Margreth Grotle and Professor Jan Hartvigsen)
The global burden of back pain and the complexity of the bestmodel of care.
Professor Rachelle Buchbinder
Best practice and current evidence on promising new directions within the field of back pain research.
Professor Nadine Foster
Chronic Low-back Pain. Susceptibility, risk factors and future research.
Professor John-Anker Zwart
Need for further research initiatives and implementation of current evidence. How to move forward?
Professor Antony Woolf
University of Oulu,
Institute for Health and Care Research,
University of Southern Denmark,
Professors Birgitta Öberg, Margreth Grotle and Jan Hartvigsen, will facilitate an interactive seminar where presenters will debate issues about important and urgent research questions as well as suggestions of need for actions to make health care for back pain patients better. During the debate, it will be possible for people following the conference (both present and online) to pose questions and comment.
The interactive seminar will be based on the presentations done by the invited speakers at the venue and the Lancet series on back pain. To add to the discussion a panel of researchers will be active with short video presentations, these will also participate in the discussions online.
The output of the seminar is expected to strengthen the development of effective prevention and frontline interventions for back pain, as well as accelerate de-implementation of ineffective and outdated models of care.
Senast uppdaterad: Thu Sep 20 04:57:20 CEST 2018