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  • Dr Emma Fisher is a Versus Arthritis Career Development Research Fellow at the University of Bath. She leads research investigating risk factors of developing chronic pain after an acute injury in children and adolescents. Prior to her Career Development Award, Dr Fisher completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Seattle Children’s Research Institute...
    April 13 2021
  • Kate Seers is Professor of Health Research at Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick, where she directs Warwick Research in Nursing. She has a long track record in pain research, and has expertise in undertaking qualitative evidence synthesis, including meta-ethnography.
    April 13 2021
  • Exercise for cancer cachexia in adults was updated in March 2021 and two new blogshots produced as part of the dissemination plan. Link to the full review here. 
    April 7 2021
  • Ewan McNicol is Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice at MCPHS University in Boston, MA. He has a clinical site with Atrius Healthcare in Boston and takes care of patients with chronic pain in an outpatient setting. Dr. McNicol received his Pharmacy BS from Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Scotland, a Masters in Pain Research, Education and...
    April 7 2021
  • Sebastian Straube holds degrees in Medicine and Physiological Sciences from the University of Oxford where he also did his DPhil. After clinical work and research at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals, Dr. Straube joined the Institute of Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine at the University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany. There he...
    April 7 2021
  • Winfried Häuser is a specialist of general internal medicine, psychosomatic medicine and pain medicine. He is a consultant for gastroenterology, hepatology, oncology and infectious diseases in the department of Internal Medicine I, academic hospital Saarbrücken, Germany. He is a member of the ambulatory pain medicine and mental health care center...
    April 7 2021
  • The podcast What are the benefits and risks of using virtual reality in a healthcare setting to distract children from pain? is now published. Hear from lead author Veronica Lambert here. Read the full review on the Cochrane Library here. 
    April 6 2021
  • We are delighted to welcome Associate Professor McKenzie Ferguson to the PaPaS Editorial Board.McKenzie Ferguson is Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Director of the Drug Information and Wellness Center at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Pharmacy. Dr. Ferguson received her B.A. from Carthage College (Kenosha...
    March 16 2021
  • We are delighted to welcome Dr Bethan Copsey to the PaPaS Editorial Board.Dr Bethan Copsey from Leeds Clinical Trials Research Unit, University of Leeds. Dr Copsey currently works as a medical statistician in the Complex Interventions Division at Leeds Clinical Trials Research Unit. She works on a variety of clinical trials within the...
    March 16 2021
  • The Cochrane Pain, Palliative and Supportive Care (PaPaS) Review Group recently launched a prioritisation survey to identify the most important questions in adult palliative care. The survey was open to everyone with experience and an interest in this area, such as patients and carers; clinicians and health professionals; researchers; policy...
    January 13 2021

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