Pain: How to feel less pain

What is pain? Where does it start and end? Is it all in our heads? To find out, join us on Invent: Health, a podcast brought to you by technology and product development company TTP.
What is pain? Where does it start and end? In the mind, nerve endings, or somewhere else? In this final episode of the first season of Invent: Health from TTP, we’ll be exploring the many and varied facets of this most essential of human experiences. Speaking with specialists in the fields of psychology and neuroscience, we’ll find out what is being done to measure pain, to mitigate its severity and what the future of pain relief looks like, to see if people involved in healthcare and drug delivery should be giving pain more attention in their work.

Find out more on this week's episode of Invent: Health from TTP.

This Week's Guests
Dan Lock is a consultant in psychology and human factors at TTP. A psychologist by background, Dan leads on understanding the users of our products, exploring their motivations and figuring out those design features that translate into long-term adherence to medication.

Dr. Hannah Claridge is a Neural Interfaces specialist here at TTP who, after a Master’s degree in Physics and a Ph.D. in Clinical Neurosciences from the University of Oxford, now specialises in neurotechnology and biosensing, developing clinical technologies for some of the world’s largest Med Tech companies and ambitious startups.

Dr. David Cottenden is a consultant here at TTP. He holds a Masters Degree in Mathematics from Cambridge University and a PHD in biomechanics from UCL. David's work has encompassed everything from developing medical devices to exploring and mapping pain in drug delivery.

The Technology Partnership is where scientists & engineers develop new products & technologies that bring innovation & value to clients.
Find out more about our work here:
Pain: How to feel less pain
Broadcast by