News Archive: September 2017

IAPO Governing Board nomination 2017 - Form
This is an interactive online course, which is aimed at anyone interested in knowing more about opportunities and challenges for the use of real-world evidence in medicine development. It is an ideal resource for anyone who wishes to become familiar with the key issues in the areas of real-world...
What if every single part of your body hurts and you have no explanation? What if it’s hard for doctors to determine your diagnosis? What if there is no relief in sight? Through FindMecure, Thomas Jarvis, a patient with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, gives us a glimpse of what it is to live with...
Pain is a serious sensory threat that can affect virtually any part of the body in varying degrees. The way people experience pain differs greatly, with some tolerating it more than others. It is important to note that pain can be significantly debilitating and affect the overall quality of life. Dr. James Trapasso , Medical Director, Presbyterian Medical Group, discusses pain management and its benefits and risks.
El tema del resumen de políticas de este mes trata sobre el manejo del dolor. La declaración sobre la atención sanitaria centrada en el paciente de IAPO IAPO’s Declaration on Patient-Centred Healthcare establece que a pesar de representar a los pacientes provenientes de enfermedades muy diferentes, el énfasis debe ser en atender todas las necesidades comunes de todas las comunidades de pacientes, sin importar cual es su área de enfermedad.