DO YOU ALREADY KNOW PROF DR LENE VASE?
Prof Dr Lene Vase

DO YOU ALREADY KNOW PROF DR LENE VASE?

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Prof Dr Lene Vase is Professor of Psychology at Aarhus University in Denmark. She is one of the world's leading placebo researchers. Her focus is on pain modulation in the central nervous system and the evidence of pain therapy.
She has published widely on her research.

"By focusing on contextual effects, I have the opportunity to understand how patients' thoughts and emotions can influence treatment outcomes, so hopefully they can be treated even better."

On 19 November, you can join Prof Dr Lene Vase, along with David Hohenschurz-Schmidt, for a presentation at our ONLINE CONFERENCE 2021 see:

"My friend called placebo: context effects in practice".

 

REGISTER NOW

https://web.cvent.com/event/e52b2684-e9a5-4ef1-9e61-f3eb9bc1f042/summary

Read more about Prof Dr Lene Vase in our interview:

YOU ARE ONE OF THE LEADING PLACEBO RESEARCHERS. WHAT COULD BE SOME CLINICALLY RELEVANT FINDINGS FROM YOUR RESEARCH FOR OSTEOPATHY?

I hope that osteopaths will learn how contextual factors can either improve or worsen the overall outcome of treatment.

AT OUR ONLINE CONFERENCE YOU WILL TALK ABOUT "MY FRIEND IS CALLED PLACEBO: CONTEXT EFFECTS IN PRACTICE". WHAT CAN PARTICIPANTS EXPECT FROM YOUR PRESENTATION?

The osteopaths learn which contextual factors they should pay attention to in order to improve the overall treatment result.

WHAT WAS YOUR PERSONAL MOTIVATION TO BECOME A PSYCHOLOGIST, PROFESSOR AND RESEARCHER?

I have always been interested in the interplay between philosophy, psychology, neuroscience and medicine. By focusing on contextual effects, I have the opportunity to understand how patients' thoughts and emotions can influence treatment outcomes so that they can hopefully be treated even better.

WHAT POTENTIAL DO YOU SEE IN PSYCHOLOGY FOR OSTEOPATHY?

Psychology has a big influence on diseases like pain. If we better understand how psychological factors contribute to pain, for example, we may be able to offer better pain treatments.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR ONLINE CONFERENCE 2021 CAN BE FOUND ON OUR WEBSITE

https://www.osteopathie-schule.de/online-conference-2021/

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DO YOU KNOW PROF DR LENE VASE?


Prof Dr Lene Vase is Professor of Psychology at Aarhus University in Denmark. She is one of the world's leading placebo researchers. Her main focus is on pain modulation in the central nervous system and the evidence of pain therapy. She has published widely on her research.

"By focusing on contextual effects, I get the chance to understand how patients' thoughts and emotions may influence treatment outcomes so they hopefully can receive even better treatments."

On November 19th, Prof Dr Vase, together with David Hohenschurz-Schmidt, will give a lecture at our ONLINE CONFERENCE 2021 :

"My friend called placebo: context effects in practice".

 

JOIN NOW
https://web.cvent.com/event/e52b2684-e9a5-4ef1-9e61-f3eb9bc1f042/summary


Learn more about Pr Dr Vase in our interview:

 

YOU ARE ONE OF THE LEADING PLACEBO RESEARCHERS. WHAT COULD BE SOME CLINICALLY RELEVANT OUTCOMES FOR OSTEOPATHS FROM YOUR RESEARCH?

I hope Osteopaths will learn how contextual factors can either enhance or decrease the overall treatment outcome.

AT OUR ONLINE CONFERENCE YOU WILL TALK ABOUT "MY FRIEND CALLED PLACEBO: CONTEXT EFFECTS IN PRACTICE". WHAT CAN THE PARTICIPANTS EXPECT TO LEARN FROM YOUR LECTURE?

The osteopaths will learn which contextual factors they should pay attention to and how in order to enhance the overall treatment outcome.

WHAT WAS YOUR PERSONAL MOTIVATION TO BECOME A PSYCHOLOGIST, PROFESSOR AND RESEARCHER?

I have always been interested in the interplay between philosophy, psychology, neuroscience and medicine. By focusing on contextual effects, I get the chance to understand how patients' thoughts and emotions may influence treatment outcomes so they hopefully can receive even better treatments.

WHAT POTENTIAL DO YOU SEE IN PSYCHOLOGY FOR OSTEOPATHY?

Psychology greatly influences conditions like pain. By getting a better understanding of how for example psychological factors contribute to pain it may be possible to provide better pain treatments.



MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR ONLINE CONFERENCE 2021 YOU CAN FIND ON OUR WEBSITE

https://www.osteopathie-schule.de/online-conference-2021/

 

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