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DISCUSSION TABLE: PAIN AND INTERDISCIPLINARY TREATMENT

Peter Brook

  • Consultant in Anaesthesia & Pain Management in Bristol Royal Infirmary
  • Consultant in Pain Management in Bath Centre for Pain Services
  • FFPMRCA. Royal College of Anaesthetists, London. 2008.
  • FRCA. Royal College of Anaesthetists, London. 1998.
  • MRCP. Royal College of Physicians, London. 1997.
  • MB BS. University of London. 1990.
  • BSc (Psychology). University of London. 1986.
  • ATLS. Advanced Trauma Life Support Provider. 1997.
  • ALS. Advanced Life Support Provider. 1995.
  • Specialist Registrar in Anaesthesia. Derriford Hospital. January 2002 – February 2003.
  • Fellow in Pain Management. Taunton & Somerset Hospital. Derriford Hospital. January 2001 – December 2001.
  • Registrar in Anaesthesia. The Royal Hobart Hospital, Hobart, Tasmania. January 2000 – December 2000.
  • Specialist Registrar in Anaesthesia. Taunton & Somerset Hospital. January 1999 – December 1999.
  • Specialist Registrar (LAT) in Anaesthesia. Cheltenham General Hospital. Bristol Royal Infirmary. February 1998 – December 1998.
  •  Senior House Officer in Anaesthesia. Royal United Hospital, Bath. February 1996 – January 1998.
  • Senior House Officer in Intensive Care Medicine. The Middlesex Hospital, London. May 1992 – October 1992.
  • General Medecine: Senior House Officer General Medicine Rotation. Royal United Hospital, Bath. Cardiology / Rheumatology / Endocrinology (September 1994 – January 1996); Senior House Officer General Medicine Rotation. Bristol Rotation. Respiratory Medicine / Care of the Elderly (August 1993 – July 1994) and Senior House Officer in Cardiology. The Middlesex Hospital, London (May 1992 – October 1992).
  • Senior House Officer in Accident & Emergency. Bristol Royal Infirmary (February 1993 – July 1993).
  • Senior House Officer in Accident & Emergency. Charing Cross Hospital, London (February 1991 – July 1991).
  • Professional Affiliations: The British Pain Society, The International Association for the Study of Pain, British Medical Acupuncture Society, British Medical Association, Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland and Society of Anaesthetists of the South Western Region

Peter Brook

  • Consultant in Anaesthesia & Pain Management in Bristol Royal Infirmary
  • Consultant in Pain Management in Bath Centre for Pain Services
  • FFPMRCA. Royal College of Anaesthetists, London. 2008.
  • FRCA. Royal College of Anaesthetists, London. 1998.
  • MRCP. Royal College of Physicians, London. 1997.
  • MB BS. University of London. 1990.
  • BSc (Psychology). University of London. 1986.
  • ATLS. Advanced Trauma Life Support Provider. 1997.
  • ALS. Advanced Life Support Provider. 1995.
  • Specialist Registrar in Anaesthesia. Derriford Hospital. January 2002 – February 2003.
  • Fellow in Pain Management. Taunton & Somerset Hospital. Derriford Hospital. January 2001 – December 2001.
  • Registrar in Anaesthesia. The Royal Hobart Hospital, Hobart, Tasmania. January 2000 – December 2000.
  • Specialist Registrar in Anaesthesia. Taunton & Somerset Hospital. January 1999 – December 1999.
  • Specialist Registrar (LAT) in Anaesthesia. Cheltenham General Hospital. Bristol Royal Infirmary. February 1998 – December 1998.
  •  Senior House Officer in Anaesthesia. Royal United Hospital, Bath. February 1996 – January 1998.
  • Senior House Officer in Intensive Care Medicine. The Middlesex Hospital, London. May 1992 – October 1992.
  • General Medecine: Senior House Officer General Medicine Rotation. Royal United Hospital, Bath. Cardiology / Rheumatology / Endocrinology (September 1994 – January 1996); Senior House Officer General Medicine Rotation. Bristol Rotation. Respiratory Medicine / Care of the Elderly (August 1993 – July 1994) and Senior House Officer in Cardiology. The Middlesex Hospital, London (May 1992 – October 1992).
  • Senior House Officer in Accident & Emergency. Bristol Royal Infirmary (February 1993 – July 1993).
  • Senior House Officer in Accident & Emergency. Charing Cross Hospital, London (February 1991 – July 1991).
  • Professional Affiliations: The British Pain Society, The International Association for the Study of Pain, British Medical Acupuncture Society, British Medical Association, Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland and Society of Anaesthetists of the South Western Region

DISCUSSION TABLE: PAIN AND INTERDISCIPLINARY TREATMENT