Placebo Symposium

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The University of Sydney Pain Management Research Institute & International Association for the Study of Pain 2017 Symposium.
Improve your outcomes by ethical harnessing of the "placebo component" of routine care (even if a "placebo" is not given).
Learn about improving outcomes by augmenting the influence of the therapeutic context.
Better understand how to ethically enhance placebo effects and recommended medication, making us a significant step closer to safer and quality medication use.

Placebo effects are a component of each and every health care interaction (even without administration of a placebo). The outcome of any given treatment is the effects from the index treatment itself and the psychosocial (therapeutic) context in which it is given (placebo mechanisms). Equally importantly, negative elements on the therapeutic context have the ability to turn on discrete “nocebo” mechanisms which worsen outcomes. Understanding the mechanisms of these effects and the ability to harness and modulate them in both clinical trials and clinical practice may lead to improved clinical outcomes and quality use of current and future medicines.

Clinical implications are wide-reaching - particularly understanding how to make our current therapies more effective by enhancing the context and manner in which we give them. Understanding the 'negative' or nocebo component of treatments (that is, even very good treatments delivered in a suboptimal manner) will only better help us enhance our treatment outcomes. Taken together, this is an important way of better understanding the quality use of medicine, surgery and other health care interventions.

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Placebo Symposium

The University of Sydney Pain Management Research Institute & International Association for the Study of Pain 2017 Symposium.
Improve your outcomes by ethical harnessing of the "placebo component" of routine care (even if a "placebo" is not given).
Learn about improving outcomes by augmenting the influence of the therapeutic context.
Better understand how to ethically enhance placebo effects and recommended medication, making us a significant step closer to safer and quality medication use.

Placebo effects are a component of each and every health care interaction (even without administration of a placebo). The outcome of any given treatment is the effects from the index treatment itself and the psychosocial (therapeutic) context in which it is given (placebo mechanisms). Equally importantly, negative elements on the therapeutic context have the ability to turn on discrete “nocebo” mechanisms which worsen outcomes. Understanding the mechanisms of these effects and the ability to harness and modulate them in both clinical trials and clinical practice may lead to improved clinical outcomes and quality use of current and future medicines.

Clinical implications are wide-reaching - particularly understanding how to make our current therapies more effective by enhancing the context and manner in which we give them. Understanding the 'negative' or nocebo component of treatments (that is, even very good treatments delivered in a suboptimal manner) will only better help us enhance our treatment outcomes. Taken together, this is an important way of better understanding the quality use of medicine, surgery and other health care interventions.

20 Videos

  • Placebo effects Interdisciplinary opportunities and challenges Assoc Prof Damien Finniss

    25m · Streamable only

  • What's in the placebo research box and what comes next Prof Paul Enck

    35m · Streamable only

  • Biological mechanisms of placebo effects Assoc Prof Luana Colloca

    42m · Streamable only

  • Placebo Concepts and mechanisms Panel Discussion

    10m · Streamable only

  • Breaking bad news - managing appropriate negative expectations (nocebo's) Prof Stewart Dunn

    39m · Streamable only

  • Enhancing expectations in clinical practice Prof Winfried Rief

    31m · Streamable only

  • Nocebo-induced side effects when warnings harm Dr Ben Colagiuri

    26m · Streamable only

  • Expectations and cognitions Panel Discussion

    13m · Streamable only

  • Language, meaning, culture and placebo Prof. Roland Sussex

    44m · Streamable only

  • Branding and Generic Medicines The impact on treatment efficacy and side effects Dr. Kate Faasse

    30m · Streamable only

  • Day 1 Panel Discussion – Clinical Applications Chair Prof. Michael Nicholas

    49m · Streamable only

  • The patient with low expectations – all is not lost! The behavioural element Prof Michael Nicholas

    43m · Streamable only

  • Trustworthiness – is it actually that important Dr. Claire Ashton-James

    57m · Streamable only

  • Anna Karenina meets the Dodo Bird On the difficulties to harness the placebo response Prof. Paul Enck

    42m · Streamable only

  • Enhancing placebo without deception The unblinded placebo Assoc Prof Cláudia Carvalho

    47m · Streamable only

  • Post-Operative Pain – reshaping expectations and opioid prescription from hospital to community Assoc Prof Damien Finniss & Dr Gavin Pattullo

    40m · Streamable only

  • Ethical non-disclosure of treatment side-effects. Reducing nocebo effects Assoc Prof Luana Colloca

    40m · Streamable only

  • Explaining and recommending treatments with equivocal evidence Prof Winfried Rief

    26m · Streamable only

  • Clinical Applications of Placebo and Nocebo Research Conference Summary Prof Milton Cohen

    11m · Streamable only

  • Panel & Audience Discussion Clinical Applications of Placebo and Nocebo Research Chair Prof Milton Cohen

    38m · Streamable only

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  1. Placebo effects Interdisciplinary opportunities and challenges Assoc Prof Damien Finniss

    25m · Streamable only

  2. What's in the placebo research box and what comes next Prof Paul Enck

    35m · Streamable only

  3. Biological mechanisms of placebo effects Assoc Prof Luana Colloca

    42m · Streamable only

  4. Placebo Concepts and mechanisms Panel Discussion

    10m · Streamable only

  5. Breaking bad news - managing appropriate negative expectations (nocebo's) Prof Stewart Dunn

    39m · Streamable only

  6. Enhancing expectations in clinical practice Prof Winfried Rief

    31m · Streamable only

  7. Nocebo-induced side effects when warnings harm Dr Ben Colagiuri

    26m · Streamable only

  8. Expectations and cognitions Panel Discussion

    13m · Streamable only

  9. Language, meaning, culture and placebo Prof. Roland Sussex

    44m · Streamable only

  10. Branding and Generic Medicines The impact on treatment efficacy and side effects Dr. Kate Faasse

    30m · Streamable only

  11. Day 1 Panel Discussion – Clinical Applications Chair Prof. Michael Nicholas

    49m · Streamable only

  12. The patient with low expectations – all is not lost! The behavioural element Prof Michael Nicholas

    43m · Streamable only

  13. Trustworthiness – is it actually that important Dr. Claire Ashton-James

    57m · Streamable only

  14. Anna Karenina meets the Dodo Bird On the difficulties to harness the placebo response Prof. Paul Enck

    42m · Streamable only

  15. Enhancing placebo without deception The unblinded placebo Assoc Prof Cláudia Carvalho

    47m · Streamable only

  16. Post-Operative Pain – reshaping expectations and opioid prescription from hospital to community Assoc Prof Damien Finniss & Dr Gavin Pattullo

    40m · Streamable only

  17. Ethical non-disclosure of treatment side-effects. Reducing nocebo effects Assoc Prof Luana Colloca

    40m · Streamable only

  18. Explaining and recommending treatments with equivocal evidence Prof Winfried Rief

    26m · Streamable only

  19. Clinical Applications of Placebo and Nocebo Research Conference Summary Prof Milton Cohen

    11m · Streamable only

  20. Panel & Audience Discussion Clinical Applications of Placebo and Nocebo Research Chair Prof Milton Cohen

    38m · Streamable only

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