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Old 01-02-2012, 04:47 AM   #1
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Default WCPT presentation by Moseley/Butler/Lowe/Thacker

About an hour and a half. Well worth the time spent!
The slide presentation with audio from WCPT 2011
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Thanks for posting Diane...It was wonderful to be there (both in Amsterdam and at this symposium). This presentation took place in front of an overflowing room with an audience in excess of a thousand people, probably in excess of two thousand, by far the most well attended symposium at the conference.

This group of presenters has done wonders at creating interest in pain science, especially in the academic world. Hopefully the masses of clinicians will follow the lead of the academics.
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