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How The Brain Creates Pain with Daniel Shaw

How The Brain Creates Pain with Daniel Shaw


April 12, 2024 - April 30, 2028    
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (ET)


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Event Type

Webinar Description

An introduction to the neurobiology of pain processing, breaking down pain’s sensory, cognitive, and emotional aspects.

This webinar also considers the influence of cognitive modulators of pain and how these can be leveraged to support dogs undergoing pain management plans.

Learning Objectives

  1. To understand how the experience of pain is created and its interaction with behaviour
  2. To understand the bidirectional nature of the relationship between pain and behavior and how to apply this to support pain management plans


Your Presenter – Daniel Shaw Sc (Hons), GMBPsS, CDBC


Daniel Shaw, BSc (Hons), GMBPsS, CDBC, is an animal behaviourist with a background in animal behaviour, psychology and neuroscience. As the owner of Animal Behaviour Kent, Daniel supports dogs and cats with behaviour problems and has a special interest in the effects of trauma on animals.

Daniel provides expert witness assessments for legal cases involving the Dangerous Dogs Act and recently spoke in Parliament on the topic of dog bite reform. Daniel also regularly appears in the media and has been interviewed on LBC News as well as being interviewed for the Guardian. Daniel is a degree-qualified psychologist, a certified dog behaviour consultant with the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC), and is currently obtaining a master’s degree in neuroscience.

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