What is the IASP Global Year of Excellence in Pain Education, and how does pain management research benefit the patient? This edition is funded by Pain Concern’s donors and friends, assisted by an educational grant from Grünenthal. The International Association for the Study of Pain (
We visit the EXPPECT pelvic pain clinic, where women share their experiences and advice for living with persistent bladder and pelvic pain. To listen to the programme, please click here. Prefer a PDF? Please click here. Paul Evans: This is Airing Pain, a programme brought to yo
To listen to the programme, please click here. Prefer a PDF? Please click here. From diagnosis difficulties to defining gender: the effects of vulvodynia on women today. Paul Evans: This is Airing Pain, a programme brought to you by Pain Concern, the UK charity providing information a
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
Empowering patients from GP’s surgery to pain management programme.
Healthcare professionals and people with pain need to work together to manage chronic pain conditions, but how is this achieved in practice?