Translational pain research attempts to join up basic laboratory science with direct applications in clinic in order to improve patient care. There are a number of research questions that Professor Lesley Colvin is interesting in answering, they include, pain assessment, the use and impact of strong drugs for chronic long-term pain and pain caused through cancer treatment methods.
- Students share hopes for their future year of study as part of the intercalated BMedSci programme.
- Intercalated BMedSci students receive the prestigious John Snow Award.
- The Intercalated BMedSci Programme offers unique and valuable learning environments for medical students.
- Melatonin may prevent cancer-treatment pain.
- The effect of day of the week on short- and long-term mortality for emergency general surgery.
- A new study on bone pain related to cancer has opened in Edinburgh.
- RCoA Maurice P Hudson Prize.
We run a diverse range of clinical and translational studies including health sciences research, therapeutics, genetics and genomics. These pages provide some additional information for patients, relatives and collaborators.
In a video Professor Tim Walsh introduces the research activites within the section.
- Save the date: What's new in ICU 25th May 2018
- Focused Intensive Care Echo (FICE) Course 3rd November 2017
- Edinburgh Critical Care Research Methods Course 6th-7th November 2017
- Core Ultrasound Intensive Care (CUSIC) course 20th November 2017
- Workshop on Fibreoptic Intubation 6th & 7th December 2017
- Edinburgh Radiology Course for ICM 22nd-23rd February 2018
Study online for an internationally recognised postgraduate qualification. New intercalated BMedSci programme in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine.
In a video Professor Tim Walsh discusses educational opportunities with in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine.
Edinburgh Critical Care Research Group (ECCRG) is committed to sharing our excellent research across all sections of society. We engage and communicate with our stakeholders and the wider public to bring about meaningful dialogue and develop a shared understanding and respect for each other’s views. In this way we will accelerate the pace of improvements in health.
Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine have created a number of short videos where our researchers describe the work undetaken by the department.
Videos include Professor Tim Walsh discussing the DESIST trial.
Edinburgh Critical Care Research Group - A vibrant multidisciplinary research group within the University of Edinburgh.
Information about our staff members, their backgrounds, research interests and contact details.
Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine present a wide range of events throughout the year.