Airing Pain Programme 87: Vulvodynia

From diagnosis difficulties to defining gender: the effects of Vulvodynia on women today                                                    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. Vulvodynia
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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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Transcript – Programme 56: Images and perceptions

Artist’s impressions of pain in the clinic, and clubbing or model railways – why living a good life with pain is in the eye of the beholder
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Transcript – Programme 15: Effective communication: patients and professionals

Better communication for doctors and patients and how to make the most of medical appointments.
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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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Airing Pain Programme 56: Images and perceptions

Artist’s impressions of pain in the clinic, and clubbing or model railways – why living a good life with pain is in the eye of the beholder
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Airing Pain Programme 61: Deciding together

How shared decision making works in practice, plus, making IT work for people in pain and healthcare professionals.
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Airing Pain Programme 38: Can your pharmacy help?

Finding out about the role of the pharmacist and how service users can get the most from them.
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Airing Pain Programme 37: What is pain?

What pain is, and why understanding your pain is important.
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Breaking Barriers: Self-Management Awareness Week 2015!

New award-winning research reveals self-management as a key route to improvement for people with chronic pain! Pain Concern has just released a new and unique study offering hope to the one-in-five people affected by and living with persistent pain in Scotland. Launched as part of Sel
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