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Tue, 15 Dec


Le Pub Home Brew

The Great Big Le Pub Christmas Quiz

Sit back, enjoy a xmas sherry and watch as we put the researchers to the test ‘what happened in the pain world in 2020?'

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The Great Big Le Pub Christmas Quiz

Time & Location

15 Dec 2020, 20:00 – 22:00 GMT

Le Pub Home Brew

About The Event

About this Event

2020 has been a year but Le Pub Scientifique has the perfect distraction and titillation for you as we welcome back previous guests for The Big Fat Le Pub Quiz of The Year!

So, sit back, enjoy a xmas sherry and watch as we put the researchers in the hot seat and test their knowledge ‘what happened in the pain world in 2020’!

Up for a xmas science and fun mash-up is:

Kat from @tmoPain

Joletta Belton

Dr Bronnie Thompson

Associate Prof Melanie Noel

Associate Prof Roger Kerry

Associate Prof Tasha Stanton

Hosted by the team of Le Pub Scientifique - sporting their best xmas jumpers!

More information to come.

The one thing we know, is it’s going to be bloody brilliant!

World Event Times

London : Tuesday, 15 December 2020, 20:00:00 GMT UTC

Amsterdam: Tuesday, 15 December 2020, 21:00:00 CET UTC+1 hour

Calgary: Tuesday, 15 December 2020, 13:00:00 MST UTC-7 hours

Auckland: Wednesday, 16 December 2020, 09:00:00 NZDT UTC+13 hours

Joletta Belton

Jo makes sense of pain through science and stories on her blog,, and is an advocate for integrating the lived experience of pain into the study, education, and treatment of pain. She is co-chair of the IASP Global Alliance of Pain Patient Advocates presidential task force and the first Patient & Public Partnerships Editor at JOSPT.

Kat from @tmoPain

Kat is learning to live well with persistent neuropathic pain. After her first diagnosis of a "chronic, progressive" pain disorder, she learned to meditate and somewhat navigate the healthcare system. After receiving her second, she began discovering pain science and is finding strength in (mostly gentle) movement. She has a special interest in the ways we communicate about pain. A thoughtful presenter and engaging public speaker, Kat interprets the lived experience of persistent pain for clinicians and researchers world-wide."

Dr. Roger Kerry

Roger Kerry is a chartered physiotherapist and Associate Professor at The University of Nottingham; Physiotherapist; Philosopher of Science-in-training. Interested in the way science behaves, and how evidence-based medicine works. Or doesn’t.

Dr. Morten Hoegh

Morten Hoegh currently works at the Department of Health Science and Technology, Aalborg University. Morten does research into the modulation of pain in humans. Their most recent publication is 'Fixed or adapted conditioning intensity for repeated conditioned pain modulation'.

Dr. Bronnie Thompson

Bronnie is an occupational therapist who holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology as well as a PhD in rehabilitation medicine. Bronnie’s passion is to help people experiencing chronic health problems achieve their highest potential in life. She has worked in the fields of chronic pain management for twenty years helping people develop self-management skills using a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy as well as physical therapies. Bronnie is also a professor at the University of Otago in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Dr. Tasha Stanton

Associate Professor Tasha Stanton leads the Pain and Perception Group in Adelaide at the University of South Australia. Her research group is affiliated with the Body in Mind Research group both in Adelaide (University of South Australia) and in Sydney (Neuroscience Research Australia).

Cancellation Terms

Places can be cancelled and refunded up to 48 hours before the start of the event. Within 48 hours of start time no refund.


Please note that Le Pub Home Brew is a LIVE EVENT. We are looking at options for giving access to recordings in the future, but right now, we are doing what we are best at - bringing you awesome live and interactive learning events!

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