2022 World Pain Summit
FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 - SUNDAY OCTOBER 16
Join our virtual conference filled with meaningful, evidence informed and up-to-date pain education topics. Either watch it virtually from your home or watch together from the Chateau Lake Louise where you will have access to our virtual presentations, the ability to network with friends and colleagues, and take advantage of our amazing room rates in a beautiful and majestic setting.
Come together to learn, share, and inspire during our event. Your evolving dialogue continues to benefit clinical practices, supporters, and those who live with chronic pain in Alberta and beyond.
A HYBRID MODEL
Either watch it virtually from your home or watch together from the Chateau Lake Louise where you will have access to our virtual presentations, the ability to network with friends and colleagues, and take advantage of our amazing room rates in a
beautiful and majestic setting.
All Physicians and Researchers.
All Healthcare Providers and Other Attendees.
Full-time Medical Learners*
Mini World Pain Summit for People with Lived Experience.
Only valid for attendance Saturday October 15, from 1240h-1640h**(virtual only)
*Medical Learners must provide proof of full-time enrollment in a post-secondary institution
** People with lived experience: This ticket provides select access to conference events and is not intended for people with chronic pain who are employed healthcare providers or professionals.
Here's whats in store for you!
Our Opioid Panel
Dr. Jenni Joo
Dr. Sam Parmiter
Dr. Nivez Rasic
Dr. Cathy Scrimshaw
Preventing Acute Pain from Transitioning to Chronic Pain
Dr. Jenni Joo
Dr. Nivez Rasic
Science-ploitation and the Rise of Science-y Unproven Therapies
Professor Timothy Caulfield
Workability and Return to Work
Dr. Elisabeth Saxton
Dr. Elaine Wainwright
Dr. Jackie Gardner-Nix
Indigenous Wisdom: How Can it Guide Us?
Dr. Simon Colgan
Healing Power of Nature
Dr. Leif Hass
Grief and Pain: Navigating the Elephant in the Room
My Healing Cycle: Challenges and Successes
Social Prescribing: An Innovative Way to Address Pain
Dr. Marie Essam
Navigator Tool: Help with Chronic Pain Consultations
Dr. Martin Dunbar
Communicating Effectively When Explaining Pain
Dr. Tasha Stanton
THE FAIRMONT CHATEAU
Surrounded by soaring mountain peaks, the majestic Victoria Glacier and a glistening emerald lake, the iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise hotel is located in Alberta's Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is recognized globally for progressive environmental stewardship and responsible tourism.
Our conference guests will be able to take advantage of our premiere room rates before, during, and after our event.
People with lived experience are not able to reseve rooms at Chateau Lake Louise and you must be a conference registrant to book accommodation.
The Pain Society of Alberta (PSA) Annual Pain Champion Award recognizes the significant
contributions made by a person or a group of people, living with pain.
Candidates for this award are health care providers or a team that have exemplified
excellence in their clinical or academic practices and have made a positive impact to patient
care and delivery of services.