EUROSPINE 2017

Optimizing Value and Outcomes in Spine Care Through Psychologically-informed Practice

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Optimizing Value and Outcomes in Spine Care Through Psychologically-informed Practice

Chairs:
Greg Whitcomb, Sherri Weiser, USA

Objective: Introduce an overview of the concept of PiP including theoretical background, empirical support, and relevance to the current practice of spine care in the rapidly changing healthcare environment.

 

12:15 - Introduction
Greg Whitcomb, Wisconsin, USA

12:20 - PIP in the Evolving Health Care Environment
Todd Wetzel, Philadelphia, PA, USA. Current President of NASS

12:30 - The Story of Back Pain: from pathology to PiP. How did this happen?
Chris Main, Edinburgh, UK

12:50 - Informed decision making: The role of risk screening
Christine Cedraschi, Geneva, Switzerland

13:05 - PiP: Optimising the provider’s experience
Tamar Pincus, London, UK

13:15 - Implementing PiP: Feasibility In A Clinical Environment
Greg Whitcomb, Wisconsin, USA

13:25 - What Have We Missed?
Audience and Panel

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