Beyond Pain and Fatigue: Expanding Clinician and Researcher Focus to Improve Daily Life

Session Type: ARHP Concurrent Sessions
Tuesday, November 8, 2011: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
W476 (McCormick Place West)
Clinical and Research  Pain Management  SessionSelect

Session Overview:
It is recognized that musculoskeletal conditions limit independent function and affect social interactions. This session will examine ways of measuring this impact and look at the ways that the social roles can be maintained effectively.

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:

  • apply a bio-psychosocial approach to the assessment and management of social participation and social roles in adults with musculoskeletal conditions
  • describe individual and general factors which are important when determining restricted social participation in older adults with joint pain
  • compare and contrast the multi-national approaches to the assessment and rehabilitation of restriction in social participation

Moderator: Patricia P. Katz, PhD, Univercity of California San Francisco
Talks:
2:30 PM
Conceptualizing Participation: Measuring More than Symptoms
Monique A. Gignac, Toronto Western Research Institute & University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
2:50 PM
Current Status of Participation Measures
Ross Wilkie, Keele University, Newcastle-under-Lyme, United Kingdom
3:10 PM
Participation Outcomes in Everyday Practice
Catherine L. Backman, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
3:30 PM
Summary of Participation Outcomes with Audience Discussion
Patricia P. Katz, Univercity of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
3:40 PM
Panel Discussion
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