London Pain Consortium Pain Research Update Day Using noxious evoked brain activity to measure analgesic efficacy in infants – (London, UK) – Caroline Hartley



Welsh Paediatric Society Guest Lecture Infant pain: neurophysiological responses to noxious stimulation in early development – (Cwmbran, UK) – Caroline Hartley

European Federation of ISAP Chapters (EFIC) Pain in Infancy: Measurements and Consequences – (Vienna, Austria) Plenary Speaker

International Society for Paediatric Pain (ISPP) Imaging the nociceptive response in the infant brain & Investigating the relationship between nociceptive brain activity, spinal cord activity and body movements in the absence of facial expression change in healthy newborn infants – (Seattle, USA)



International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) – World Congress on Pain. Treating Pain in Children: Current Practice, Recent Advances and Current Debates – Refresher Course – (Buenos Aires, Argentina)



International Society for Paediatric Pain (ISPP)  The developing brain and pain response – (Stockholm, Sweden)

International Forum on Paediatric Pain  Infant pain – (Nova Scotia, Canada) 

Advance Practice Nursing Forum  Balancing shifts in the pain paradigm – (Washington, USA) Plenary Speaker

British Neuroscience Association Festival of Neuroscience  Pain in the newborn – (London, UK)



Nordic Pediatric Pain conference 2012 Imaging pain in the developing brain – (Reykjavik, Iceland) Plenary Speaker

Canadian Association of Neonatal Nursing 2012 Is sucrose truly analgesic? – (Toronto, Canada)