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Professor Lorimer Moseley Professor Lorimer Moseley

23 November 2016

Chronic pain management

Turning off the tap: preventing chronic pain by changing acute pain care

Enterprising Partnerships talk: Professor Lorimer Moseley

Lorimer Moseley, Research Leader of the Body In Mind research concentration at UniSA’s Sansom Institute for Health Research discusses the need for a ‘revolution’ in acute spinal care, the new skillsets health professionals might need, some new tools that are being designed to help optimise care and the industry-clinician-scientist-patient partnerships that will be needed to truly change outcomes.

This talk also features Dr YH Yau, Neurosurgeon, and Spinal Surgeon; Dr Daniel Byrne, Chair of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) SA&NT; Ms Lyn Dean, Executive Director Service Performance, SA Health; Michael Francis, General Manager Insurance, Return to Work SA; and Professor Michele Sterling, Director of the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Recovery Following Road Traffic Injuries, Griffith University.