Airing Pain Programme 85: Pain in Europe

Why pain is a matter of life and death, the struggle for diagnosis and challenging misperceptions of palliative care.
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Transcript – Programme 68: The brain and the genes

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. The science behind pain and its treatment, and why understanding it matters. If someone steps on your toe, your toe hurts – simple as that, right? Wrong! Professor Rolf-Detlef Treede explains how the brain and nervous system make pain an
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Transcript – Programme 13: Culture, epidemiology and back pain

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Date of release: 16th March 2011 How do culture and religion affect the way we experience and manage our pain? Dr Shilpa Patel, Dr Sue Peacock and Sir Michael Bond talk about the relationship between cultural background and pain. Also in
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Trawsgript – Airing Pain (Sôn am Boen) Rhaglen 50: Gwasanaethau yn y gymuned ar gyfer poen

Meddygfa’r meddyg teulu, mewn galwad ffôn neu glinig poen: ble ddylai rheolaeth poen gymryd lle?
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Transcript – Programme 50: Pain services in the community

For a Welsh language version of this transcript please click here. For a PDF of this transcript please click here.   GP’s surgery, telephone call or pain clinic: where should pain management take place? ‘Good pain services, based in the community will make a huge difference to th
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Airing Pain Programme 13: Culture, epidemiology and back pain

How culture can affect our experience of pain, a survey of pain in Scotland, pain management programmes and a Q&A session on back pain.
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