New evidence from Bath’s Centre for Pain Research challenges the effectiveness of cannabis-based medicine for treating chronic pain in adults and children.
Centre for Pain Research (CPR)
Exploring pain. Finding new ways forward.
Our research will focus on how people perceive pain and how others affect their pain, as well as considering wider social and environmental influences on pain.
Our team of interdisciplinary researchers are exploring the best ways of helping people learn how to live with pain by conducting research in a range of themes.
Find journal and conference papers relating to our research.
Professor Ed Keogh delivered a plenary address at the IASP World Congress on Pain which took place in Toronto this week.
Professor Keogh from the Bath Centre for Pain Research will lead a new consortium focused on the psychosocial mechanisms of chronic pain.
The landmark World Health Organization publication will lead to a revolutionary shift in how paediatric pain is managed around the world.
Our Centre for Pain Research has been active in ensuring those with debilitating chronic pain conditions continue to receive support throughout lockdown.
See the last four years of CPRs hard work in discovery and innovation science. Our next step is to invest further in interdisciplinary pain science.
Professor Christopher Eccleston is the guest on this episode of the Psycho Schizo Espresso podcast, hosted by Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson and Dr Kevin Dutton.