OUCH (UK) Summer Conference London 2023
London School of Economics
Sunday 9th July 2023
OUCH (UK) are pleased to be able to return to London to present a packed event specifically for Cluster Headache sufferers and supporters.
As usual, the event will be a mixture of talks by the UK's leading Cluster Headache specialists, information sessions and an opportunity to meet and talk with other Cluster Headache sufferers to share experiences and meet and make new friends.
Our medical speakers will take you on a journey through Cluster Headache and other primary headache disorders, telling you about the current treatments available as well as what studies and trials are on-going and what the future holds for Cluster Headache treatment and management.
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS FOR THE EVENT:
Professor Peter Goadsby, Professor of Neurology, King's College Hospital, London, patron and chair of OUCH (UK)
Dr Nick Silver, Consultant Neurologist, The Walton Centre
Dr Vivek Mehta, Consultant in Pain Medicine, QMUL and Clinical Network Director, Pain, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London
Ms Helin Gosalia, Researcher, King's College London
OUCH (UK) Trustees and Officers
- OUCH Advice Line Breakout Session, including resources for sufferers and supporters, diagnosis, preventative and abortive treatments, oxygen, patient rights
- Oxygen Workshop
- Supporters of Sufferers, and Children and Young Adults Breakout Session
View full schedule (subject to change) opens PDF in new window.
Throughout the day there will be plenty of opportunities to chat to our speakers, trustees and officers, as well as other sufferers and supporters. Back by popular demand will be a targeted set of group discussions on various topics that affect sufferers; this is a chance to question the OUCH (UK) team and each other about treatments and employment support, as well as more general questions.
A light sandwich lunch and morning and afternoon refreshments will be provided.
Please note that the conference will be a nut-free zone as some conference attendees have nut allergies.
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE SECURELY ON-LINE
As a thank you for past support, we are offering free tickets for members this year. We hope that this will enable more sufferers to attend our first face-to-face conference since 2019.
When you book your ticket online you MUST be logged into the OUCH (UK) website as a current member to be able to book your free ticket.
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IF YOU ARE ABLE TO DONATE
If you feel you are able to make a donation to help fund the cost of the conference and other OUCH(UK) activities, it would be much appreciated. Donate here - thank you.
IF YOU ARE HAVING DIFFICULTY
If you have difficulty logging into the website or are not seeing your free ticket, please check you have a current membership first and then contact firstname.lastname@example.org BEFORE completing your purchase.
SUFFERERS IN RECEIPT OF UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
At OUCH (UK) we completely understand how devastating CH can be for a family.
Thanks to generous sponsors and fundraisers, we always make a number of seats available to sufferers who cannot afford the ticket price but who would benefit greatly from attending the conference.
If you and a loved one would like to attend the meeting, but are unable to afford the tickets please email email@example.com in complete confidence.
We hope to see you there.
Venue: LSE Auditorium, Building CBG. B1.02: lse.ac.uk/lse-information/campus-map
Directions/Travel Details: lse.ac.uk/lse-information/travelling-to-lse
London, WC2A 2AE