This is the first Liverpool Cancer Pain study day organised by the Pain Relief Foundation in conjunction with the Faculty from the Walton Centre Foundation Trust Pain Team Dr Manohar and Dr Kate Marley from Woodlands Hospice.

The workshop attracted 65 delegates from all disciplines from across the UK and has proved to be a great success.

The aim of this study day was to promote awareness and education regarding management of cancer related pain which is otherwise very difficult to treat with conventional means. The study day helped the attendees understand when a patient may be considered for interventional pain management techniques including neuromodulation and neuroablative techniques.

 On behalf of the Pain Relief Foundation I would like to take the opportunity to thank the entire Faculty for participating in the first Liverpool Cancer Pain Study day and making it a success without all your hard work, dedication and commitment the course would not be possible. It is both a pleasure and delight to work with such great people and to see such team work in educating other health professionals not only locally but nationally in these particularly demanding times. Manohar & Kate thank you for coming up with the programme and for your organisation and trusting us at the PRF to help you deliver another fantastic course

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