APS Conference Update

photo 1Another beautiful, albeit slightly cloudy, day in Hobart and the Australian Pain Society‘s 34th Annual Scientific Meeting and Conference is going extremely well. Our delegates have been blessed with so many local and international speakers delivering educational, engaging and sometimes quite amusing content, and our exhibitors have enjoyed many opportunities to engage with the hundreds of health professionals in attendance.

Tonight is the Conference Gala Dinner at the MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) where our guests will be treated to an amazing culinary and artistic experience. If you are attending tonight’s dinner please remember that buses will depart from the Hotel Grand Chancellor between 6.00 and 6.15pm. One bus will also depart from the Best Western Hotel at 6.00pm sharp.

What’s on at the APS Conference this year

The Australian Pain Society annual conference is a very popular conference with delegates and this year it is taking place in Hobart, Tasmania.

The theme is “Personalised Pain Management –  Quest for the Holy Grail”, and the conference will provide an extensive program including pre-conference workshops, international keynote speakers, national speakers and topical sessions.

We have three outstanding international speakers in Dr Jane Ballantyne of Harvard University, Boston, Professor Jeffrey Mogil of McGill University in Montreal, and Dr Andrew Moore of the University of Oxford.

As well as the conference Tasmania has much to offer delegates in terms of fine food, locally produced wine, art and natural beauty.  We very much look forward to welcoming you there!