The 10th Royal Marsden Pain and Opioid Conference

Thu 16 November 2017 to Fri 17 November 2017, The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre, London

This conference presents new information concerning opioids, examining scientific and clinical subjects germane to patients and practitioners.

Opioids still form the mainstay of many types of pain for both cancer and non-malignant pains. Although there is evidence for their effect, opioids also are associated with significant side effects in the short and long term. This day will examine these varied aspects of opioids from targeting multiple receptors to a detailed examination of adverse gastrointestinal effects. We will also hear up to date reviews on opioids for non-malignant pain, addiction, the use of opioids at end of life and in paediatric practice from experts in these fields. The programme aims to update practitioners with useful and informative facts that will keep their opioid knowledge fresh and contemporaneous.


Two-day tickets

  • £350 full delegate
  • £250 trainees and CNSs

Single day ticket

  • £200 full delegate
  • £150 trainees and CNSs

Barna. British Anaesthetic and Recovery Nurses Association