Chronic pain affects millions of people worldwide and has a significant impact on their quality of life. Its successful treatment requires a multidisciplinary, holistic and individualized approach and is a right for every patient.
The 2nd Pan-Cypriot Conference on Chronic Pain deals with the latest developments in Chronic Pain, while coming to complete the fields covered in the successful 1st Pan-Cypriot Conference. The Conference will take place on 28 & April 29, 2023 at Frederick University, in Nicosia. Internationally renowned scientists will introduce topics based on the latest data from evidence-based clinical practice, particularly in the fields of musculoskeletal pain and headaches.
“This conference is a unique opportunity to join forces, share our experiences and listen to the problems and concerns of our patients. We expect that the discussion and exchange of views will lead us to the discovery of new ways to manage chronic pain” states Dr. Evanthia Asimakopoulou, Assistant Professor in the Department of Nursing at Frederick University. Top of Form
Among other things, the Conference program includes seven Round Tables, Key Note Lectures, and Workshops. There will also be free announcements, of which the three best will be awarded, after evaluation.
The multidisciplinary conference is co-organized by the Cyprus Pain Clinic, the Nursing Education Department of the Ministry of Health and Universities of Cyprus that have Schools of Health Sciences, namely Frederick University, University of Cyprus, University of Nicosia, Cyprus University of Technology and European University Cyprus. The conference is under the auspices of the Ministry of Health and the Pancypriot Medical Association.
More information on the Conference website.
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Frederick University has been operating since 2007 as an internationally recognized Institution of Higher Education, committed to academic excellence.
The five Faculties of the University offer more than 80 degree programs at bachelor's, master's and doctoral level, in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Letters and Arts. Its mission is to provide quality education through an environment that promotes knowledge and contributes to the academic and personal development of students, commitment to research, innovation and the production of new knowledge and contribution to society as a whole to achieve change that our world needs.
Frederick University is the only academic institution in Cyprus with a license to operate in Nicosia and Limassol. In 2022 it was ranked 139th among 1103 European universities and 194th internationally, among a total of 2068 Universities evaluated in the general ranking of the U-Multirank global university rating system, supported by the European Commission. In the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022, Frederick University was ranked 101-200 globally in all four categories that factored into its final ranking (Quality Education, Affordable and Clean Energy, Fewer Inequalities, Collaboration for the Goals). As a result of this ranking, Frederick University is one of two Universities in Cyprus and Greece (out of a total of fifteen participating Universities) that was ranked in the top 301-400 Universities worldwide in this ranking.