Loading Events

Identifying Knowledge Gaps in Chronic Osteoarthritic Pain in Women

January 27, 2020 - January 28, 2020

Chronic pain disproportionately affects women, and substantial research demonstrates that differences exist between women and men in pain perception, management, and treatment. SWHR will convene a diverse group of interdisciplinary researchers and clinicians for a one-day, closed-door roundtable meeting on osteoarthritic pain in women and how underlying biological responses to pain in women may lead to functional decline in the context of work, home, social, and personal life. The goal of the panel is to identify unmet needs and knowledge gaps in understanding the relationship between pain and function in women with osteoarthritis, and to explore the best means to use scientific evidence to improve comprehensive, function-based pain management for those with osteoarthritis.

Details

Start:
January 27, 2020
End:
January 28, 2020
Event Categories:
,

Organizer

SWHR

Participants

  • Daniel Clauw, MD, Professor of Anesthesiology, Medicine and Psychiatry, University of Michigan
  • Roger B. Fillingim, PhD, Director, University of Florida Pain Research & Intervention Center of Excellence
  • Anne-Marie Malfait, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Chair of Arthritis, Rush University
  • Tuhina Neogi, MD, PhD, Chief of Rheumatology, Boston University School of Medicine
  • Daniel L. Riddle, PT, PhD, Professor of Physical Therapy, Orthopaedic Surgery and Rheumatology, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

Objectives

  • Highlight the current state of the science of chronic osteoarthritic pain in women
  • Explore the impact of chronic osteoarthritic pain and its effect on women’s functioning
  • Identify knowledge gaps in research, policy, and education
  • Make recommendations to address these gaps, including public policy and outreach effort

 

Sponsor