Transcript – Programme 57: Self-management, psychology and “physio-terrorists”

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Stiff joints and dark thoughts: treatment of pain and the person. ‘Pain medicine isn’t good at dealing with the effect of pain on the person’, says Jonathan Bannister, head of the multidisciplinary pain team at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee
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Transcript – Programme 52: Better care for people in pain

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. How to ensure people in pain get the best treatment: a new guideline for chronic pain in Scotland. At the launch of a new guideline on treatment of chronic pain in Scotland, Paul Evans speaks to patients and healthcare professionals abou
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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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Trawsgript – Airing Pain (Sôn am Boen) Rhaglen 48: Nyrsio tu hwnt i gyffuriau

Sut gall nyrsus ddefnyddio therapi ymlacio, tylino, aciwbigo ac empathi i helpu pobl reoli eu poen
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Transcript – Airing Pain Programme 48: Nursing beyond drugs

How nurses can use relaxation therapy, massage, acupuncture and empathy to help people manage their pain
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Transcript – Programme 46: Post-herpetic neuralgia and migraine

Busting some myths about shingles and post-herpetic neuralgia, and the dos and don’ts of managing migraines
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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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