Airing Pain programme 96: The British Pain Society at 50

In honour of the British Pain Society reaching a 50-year milestone, current BPS president Dr Andrew Baranowski, founding member Professor Sir Michael Bond, and Pain Concern’s chair Heather Wallace were invited to discuss a wide variety of topics relating to the understanding of pain.
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Transcript – Programme 22: Pain support groups and facial expressions

What facial expressions in mice can tell us about pain, managing pain in dementia patients, and finding hope in a pain support group.
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Transcript – Programme 17: Primary care and pain in the brain

The healthcare professionals transforming pain management, and we take a closer look at how pain is received in the brain.
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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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Transcript – Programme 11: Music and knitting

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Date of release: 15th February 2011 Paul Evans learns to knit, and, how music can be used for pain relief. Paul Evans gets a knitting lesson when he visits the Stitchlinks group in Bath, where people use craft activities to manage their
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Transcript – Programme 30: SUCCESSful research into chronic conditions

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Date of release: 3rd April 2012 How a patient group is getting involved in setting health policy for chronic conditions. How can patients with chronic pain get involved with research into managing their condition? Paul Evans talks to SUC
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Transcript – Programme 31: Brain imaging – looking into your pain

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. How pain can be seen in the brain, and the research showing pain to be a condition in its own right. In this programme we feature two areas of research which are helping in the understanding of pain. Professor Karen Davis, a neuroscienti
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