Lecturing/public engagement

National and international audience only

1. May 2015, Grand Round, UCLH, London
Title: Pain Pharmacogenetics

2. June 2015, Abdomino-Pelvis Pain Symposium, UCLH, London
Title: Pelvic Pain

3. April 2015, Sixths British-Ukrainian Symposium in Perioperative Medicine, Kyiv, Ukraine
Titles: AcutePainManagement–updates.
Chair: Interventional management of chronic back pain.
two sections http://www.anaesthesiaconference.kiev.ua/

4. May 2014, Royal Society of Medicine: Pain Abroad
Title: Pain Education in a limited resources environment.

5. September 2013, RCoA: Jubilee Symposium: Rising Stars in Anaesthesia and Critical Care
Title: Pain: Do we need new drugs or new receptors?

6. May 2013, Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK
Title: Selective Blockade of Sodium channel Nav1.7 – Next Generation Analgesics?

7. April 2013, Fourth British-Ukrainian Symposium in Perioperative Medicine, Kyiv, Ukraine
Titles: PersistentPostsurgicalPain.
Chair: UK Model of Healthcare – Challenges and Opportunities for Pain Medicine.
two sections http://www.anaesthesiaconference.kiev.ua/

8. September 2012, Imperial College, London
Title: Contribution of SCN9A to the development of inherited and acquired neuropathic pain conditions.

9. December 2012, Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital, INPUT Pain Meeting, London
Title: Contribution of SCN9A to the development of inherited and acquired neuropathic pain conditions.

10. December 2012, Royal Marsden Hospital
Title: Pharmacogenetics of analgesic drugs.

11. October 2011, The 5th International Symposium ‘The progress in Pain treatment’, Zakopane, Poland.
Title: Pain Channelopathies (in Polish).

12. October 2011, Third British-Ukrainian Symposium in Perioperative Medicine, Kyiv, Ukraine
Titles: Introduction to Perioperative Medicine. How does it differ from Anaesthesia?
Chair: Training of perioperative physicians from the anaesthetists: Trainees opinion.
Trainee section http://www.anaesthesiaconference.kiev.ua/

13. May 2011, European Society of Anaesthesia summer school.
Title: Paracetamol and NSAID Class in Postoperative Analgesia. Benefits and Risks.

14. December 2010, UCL Centre for Anaesthesia research meeting.
Title: Characterization of a novel molecular lesion causing Primary Erythromelalgia.

15. May 2010, International Symposium ‘ Pain Medicine: Present and Future.’ Kyiv, Ukraine.
Title: Neurobiology of human pain – peripheral and central pathways

16. February 2010, Pain Winter Meeting and EFIC Winter school, Davos, Switzerland
Title: Sub specific Na-Channel blockers in Pain Medicine.

17. October 2009, Anaesthesia and Peri-Operative Medicine Dingle Conference, Dingle,
Title: Personalised analgesia-why are we still climbing the ladder?

18. September 2009, Second British-Ukrainian Symposium. Anaesthesia ITU and Pain
Medicine, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Titles: TreatmentofLocalAnaestheticToxicity.
Online resources of EBM. Can they be applied in the Ukraine?

19. May 2009, Regional Anaesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine Conference, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Titles: MolecularMechanismsofPain.
Acute Pain Service in the UK. Applicability of the Model in the Settings of the Ukraine.

20. March 2009, Centre for Neurosensory Disorders Seminars, University of North Carolina,
Title: Molecular Mechanisms of Pain.

21. February 2008, Pain Winter Meeting. Joint Swiss Association for the Study of Pain and UCL Centre of Anaesthesia. Davos, Switzerland.
Title: Target Controlled Infusion of Ketamine.


A. For GPs/specialists topics include:
I. Opioids in medical practice – risks and side-effects
II. Back pain
III. Pelvic pain (male and female) – multidisciplinary pain management approaches
IV. Interventional pain management – its role in pelvic pain (male and female)
V. Interventional cancer pain management – what are the alternatives and supplements to systemic pharmacotherapy?
VI. Why refer to pain services?

B. Medicolegal lectures include:
I. Pain syndromes and conditions in a Medico-Legal Context
I. What is CRPS
III. Biopsychosocial concept of chronic pain – from anatomical to functional assessment.
IV. How to interpret pain? Quality of life indicators in medicolegal reporting
V. Expert Evidence in Chronic Pain