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Welcome

The CRPS UK Clinical & Research Network was established in 2006 and is a research collaboration between a number of UK NHS trusts and academic institutions with an interest in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.  A primary aim of the CRPS Network is to raise awareness and understanding of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome amongst health professionals, patients and the general public.  We maintain a national CRPS Registry database as part of a long-term research study.  We also support CRPS-UK, who are a national patient-led organisation that became a registered charity in 2016.

We hold various events throughout the year including seminars, study days and conferences - to be added to our training mailing list, please contact us. 

Forthcoming Events ..............

CRPS 2017 (IASP Specialist Interest Group in CRPS Conference), Cork, Republic of Ireland - Thursday 31st August to Friday 1st September 2017 

The conference theme of "Working Together to Succeed" will focus on the role of multi-disciplinary team management and the importance of partnership to help identify, treat and understand the nature of this disabling pain condition.  Key topic themes include:  brain training in CRPS, making MDT work, putting technology to work, understanding the bioscience.  

Registration is still open, but the early bird registration and abstract submission deadlines have now passed.

For fees, full conference and registration details please visit the conference website - www.crpscork2017.com

                       

CRPS Rehabilitation Programme Study Day, Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, Bath - Thursday 21st September 2017

This study day offers an excellent opportunity for healthcare professionals to find out more about the Bath CRPS programme and practical treatment techniques used in this condition.  Topics covered include:  Bath CRPS programme general principles, patient pathway, patient experiences, promoting behavioural change, psychology and CRPS, neurocognitive approaches.

£80 per person (includes refreshments and buffet lunch).

Closing date for applications:  Friday 8th September 2017.

Registration is now open - to download an application form and programme, please visit our 'events and study days' page.

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