Thursday, 4 January 2018

20 April 2018 - London Pain Forum at The Reform Club














The London Pain Forum will return to the Reform Club, London on Friday, 20th April 2018 for the next black-tie meeting. We are delighted that Prof Robert Levy, President-Elect, International Neuromodulation Society, and Editor-in-Chief, Neuromodulation Journal, Technology at the Neural Interface, will be joining us to give the guest lecture. 

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LPF GUEST SPEAKER



Prof Robert Levy
President-Elect, International Neuromodulation Society
Editor-in-Chief, Neuromodulation Journal, Technology at the Neural Interface
Director, Marcus Neuroscience Institute
Chairman, Sandler Department of Neurosurgery
Professor at Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, Florida, USA




CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

*An application for CME will be submitted for the meeting to the Royal College of Anaesthetists, London, UK


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HISTORY OF REFORM CLUB

















The Reform Club was founded in 1836, in Pall Mall, in the centre of what is often called London’s Clubland.  The founders commissioned a leading architect of the day, Charles Barry, to build an imposing and palatial clubhouse.  It is as splendid today as when it opened in 1841.  Membership was restricted to those who pledged support for the Great Reform Act of 1832, and the many MPs and Whig peers among the early members developed the Club as the political headquarters of the Liberal Party.

The current membership embraces a wide range of professions; there are academics, artists, business people, doctors, lawyers, politicians, writers and so on.  J. M. Barrie, Henri Cartier Bresson, Winston Churchill, E. M. Forster, Henry James, Lord Palmerston, William Makepeace Thackeray, and H. G. Wells were all members, and the Club continues to attract members of distinction.

The Club will forever be associated with Jules Verne's Around the World in Eighty Days, as the place where the idea of this incredible journey was conceived and the famous bet made.