As a Consultant Anaesthetist at UCLH I developed a strong interest in acute and chronic pain management. I currently lead the Acute Pain Team and also overlook the inpatient chronic pain patient service at UCLH. Teaching and research form an important part of my responsibilities and make life as a consultant challenging and interesting. I am also the lead clinician for vascular anaesthesia working within a world class Multidisciplinary Endovascular Team at UCLH. I have been an Examiner for the Europaen Society of Anaesthesiology for many years examining in German and English. As a founding member of SPIN (Specialists in Pain International Network) I support multidisciplinary pain management in countries struggling to introduce basic services.
Selection of Publications/Chapters/Books
Chong MS, Brandner B. Neuropathic agents and pain. New strategies.
Biomed Pharmacother. 2006 Jun 30; [
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M Blagrove, CJA Morgan, HV Curran, B Brandner. The incidence of unpleasant dreams after sub-anaesthetic ketamine. Psychopharmacology (2008) 203:109-120
Friswell J, Phillips C, Holding J, Morgan CJ, Brandner B, Curran HV.
Acute effects of opioids on memory functions of healthy men and women.
Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2008 Jun;198(2):243-50
B Brandner, M Nagaratnam: Interventional techniques for chronic pain in OPML Chronic pain eds A Dickman, K H Simpson 2008 ISBN 9780199230280
Acute Pain OPML Editors L Bromley, B Brandner Oxford University Press 2010, ISBN 978-0-19-923472