Professor Patrice Forget
Clinical Chair in Anaesthesia
Professor Patrice Forget, M.D. Ph.D., has worked as Clinical Professor in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine in Belgium, and as President of the Belgian Pain Society. In 2019, he has been appointed as Clinical Chair in Anaesthesia at the University of Aberdeen (UK), and Honorary Consultant at the NHS Grampian.
He is involved in clinical research, focused on mainly pain, perioperative epidemiology and clinical pharmacology. For the last ten years, as principal investigator and/or national coordinator, he published more than 150 articles, letters or editorials.
He is the Chair of the PANDOS (Pain AND Opioids after Surgery) ESAIC Research Group (European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care).
Board Member of the European Pain Federation EFIC (Honorary Treasurer, Chair of the Societal Impact of Pain partnership with the Pain Alliance Europe)
Active member of the European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care (ESAIC), deputy Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Anaesthesiology, Acute and Chronic Pain Subcommittee member.
Past President of the Belgian Pain Society
For the last ten years, as principal investigator and/or national coordinator, I have published more than 150 articles, letters or editorials, questioning current practices and opening new avenues in pain and perioperative medicine.
My research programme, mostly focused on pain, combines perioperative epidemiology and clinical pharmacology approaches.
Deputy Editor-in-Chief for the European Journal of Anaesthesiology
Associate Editor for the British Journal of Anaesthesia
Associate Editor for the British Journal of Pain
Associate Editor for Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine
Senior Editor for BMC Anesthesiology
Editor for the Clinical Journal of Medicine (Section: Anesthesiology)
Board member of eCancer
Reviewer for more than 50 scientific journals.
Professor of anaesthesia and pain medicine
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Opioid-free anaesthesia by total intravenous anaesthesia techniques may be alternative to remifentanilBMJ (Clinical research ed.), vol. 378, pp. o2071Contributions to Journals: Articles
Anesthetics and Long Term Cancer Outcomes: May Epigenetics Be the Key for Pancreatic Cancer?Medicina, vol. 58, no. 8Contributions to Journals: Review articles
Pain and Opioid-Induced Gut Microbial DysbiosisBiomedicines, vol. 10, no. 8, 1815Contributions to Journals: Review articles
Why do we need to implement the ICD-11?: When pain science and practice meet policiesEuropean Journal of PainContributions to Journals: Articles
Expert Multinational Consensus Statement for Total Intravenous Anaesthesia (TIVA) Using the Delphi MethodJournal of Clinical Medicine, vol. 11, no. 12, 3486Contributions to Journals: Articles
Immunological Insights into Opioid-Free Anaesthesia in Oncological Surgery: A Scoping ReviewCurrent Oncology ReportsContributions to Journals: Review articles
Anaesthesia for elite athletesEuropean journal of anaesthesiologyContributions to Journals: Articles
Perioperative NSAIDs and Long-Term Outcomes After cancer Surgery: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysisCurrent Oncology Reports, vol. 23, 146Contributions to Journals: Articles
To what extent are we confident that tapentadol induces less constipation and other side effects than the other opioids in chronic pain patients?: A confidence evaluation in network meta-analysisBritish Journal of Pain, vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 380-387Contributions to Journals: Articles
The impact of COVID-19 on opioid use in those awaiting hip and knee arthroplasty: A retrospective cohort studyBMJ Quality & SafetyContributions to Journals: Articles