Airing Pain Programme 88: Interstitial Cystitis

Women share their experiences of living with persistent bladder and pelvic pain, with advice on managing life and relationships                For a full transcript of this programme please click here. This edition has been funded by a grant from the Women’s Fund For Scotland. In
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Transcript – Programme 83: Arthritis: from self-help to cutting edge research

Getting moving with tai chi, staying in work and why arthritis pain is not all about the joints.
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Managing healthcare appointments

Do you sometimes feel annoyed or frustrated after a medical appointment? Find out how to get your message across effectively with nurse specialist Jacquelyn Watson's helpful tips
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Airing Pain Programme 83: Arthritis: from self-help to cutting edge research

Getting moving with tai chi, staying in work and why arthritis pain is not all about the joints.
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Transcript – Programme 21: Opioids and managing pain in remote areas

How people in remote areas manage pain, and when and how to take opioids.
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Transcript – Programme 12: Trigeminal neuralgia, pelvic pain, and cannabis

Using cannabis as a painkiller, pelvic pain in men and women and living with trigeminal neuralgia.
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Transcript – Programme 6: Pacing and arthritis

How pacing can help people with pain regain control, plus arthritis myth-busting, the future of pain management in the UK and a Q&A session on pain relief
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Airing Pain Programme 54: Opioids, memories and prison healthcare

Delving into the issues surrounding opioids and healthcare within prisons and investigating the relationship between memory and pain.
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Airing Pain Programme 64: Patients, Pills and Policies

Making pain patients’ voices heard across Europe and changing the prescribing culture.
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Airing Pain Programme 44: Pain management at both extremes of life

Pain experienced by the very young and very old and the similar issues arising when dealing with these very different types of patient.
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