Wat ga ik leren?/What am I going to learn?

  • Accreditatie - Only for Dutch and Belgium participants

    Keurmerk en KRF: 3 punten algemeen en manueel - PQK: 4 punten

  • Description

    We are going to explore some of the proposed mechanisms for pain’s 'stickiness’, looking at plasticity at multiple interconnecting levels in our biology, from molecular to behavioural. We will also discuss the features, characteristics and life experiences that mean someone is more susceptible to developing a longer lasting pain experience. In other words, why someone is more vulnerable. Given this vulnerability and pain ‘stickiness’ is there reason to be hopeful for someone’s recovery? What role can and should clinicians take in the recovery process? How can we help people ‘unstick’ their pain and embrace a brighter more vibrant future?

  • Course language & duration

    English - 3 hours - After purchase this webinar will be accessible for one month


Tim Beames

Tim is the lead physiotherapist and co-founder of Pain and Performance – an organisation with a special interest in the treatment and education of people suffering complex and persistent pain states. He is also is the co-owner of Le Pub Scientifique – a live learning organisation/partnership delivering informal events about pain, health and wellbeing in London and Amsterdam. Tim has a Masters in Pain: Science and Society from King’s College London, has published book chapters and research on graded motor imagery and body perception, and has written and developed many postgraduate education courses for both Pain and Performance and NOI.


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    • Welcome

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    Preparation work

    • Set a goal for this E-learning

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    • Slides Tim Beames

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    Recording Tim Beames - What makes pain sticky

    • Part 1

    • Part 2

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    Final test

    • Final test - What makes pain sticky

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    • Reflect on your goal

    • Don't forget to be critical!

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    Re-watch recording

    • Re-watch webinar with playbar