The BMJ Analysis article ‘Expect analgesic failure; pursue analgesic success’, published 3 May 2013, discusses the effectiveness of analgesic drugs on people through examining rates of success and failure of drugs used in treating pain. The article’s authors, who include Professor Christopher Eccleston, Director of Bath Centre for Pain Research, suggest a radical rethink of achievable analgesic effects is required in order to help improve the management of pain. To read the article in full, simply click on the link: http://opus.bath.ac.uk/35635/
Professor Chris Eccleston, the Director of the Bath Centre for Pain Research, and Deputy Head of the University of Bath's School for Health, today gave a keynote lecture at Ghent University, Belgium. The lecture, entitled "Attention to pain and its...
The HealthTech and Medicines Knowledge Transfer Network are proud to announce the second Knowledge Transfer through Partnership Annual Conference. The conference is being held jointly with the University of Bath Research Development and Support Office. The conference will be followed...