Everybody Has Won and All Must Have Prizes: Dodo Birds in Psychological Treatments for Chronic Pain
Pain Research Forum, 2 October 2019
The following is a summary of the Professor Tess Cramond Named Lecture from the Australian Pain Society 39th Annual Scientific Meeting, which took place from April 7 to 10, 2019, on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Cramond began her career as an anesthetist in the early 1950s and made significant international contributions to the improvement of anesthesia, resuscitation, and pain medicine. Since 2007, the Tess Cramond Lecture has been presented by an Australian early-career researcher. The 2019 Tess Cramond Lecture was delivered by Melissa Day, University of Queensland. Read more.