Airing Pain, the popular digital radio programme for people living with chronic pain, will return to the airwaves for a fourth series on Tuesday 22 April at 8pm. Tens of thousands of listeners tuned into the last series and Pain Concern hope that many more will discover Airing Pain this time around.
Would you like to participate in a research project about chronic pain? Do you live near Edinburgh or Glasgow? You could be the person we need! Pain Concern are undertaking a piece of research which aims to advance the management of chronic pain within primary care. We are hoping to hear the view
Pain Concern is developing a database on interested volunteers who feel they could share their experiences of living with pain with the Media. The Media don’t want a medical definition of chronic pain. We can give them the information. Their enquiries are more than this. They want to speak with some
Pain Concern would like to invite you to an online survey of our Pain Matters magazine. You can take the survey by following the Pain Matters Survey link. Since 1995 Pain Matters has been a valuable resource for many people living with pain and healthcare professionals. In 58 editions of the magazin
A film ‘Struggling to be me’ exploring patients’ experiences of living with chronic musculoskeletal pain, received over 2,000 hits on NIHR youtube within a 12 week period. This film presents the findings from a National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) Health Services & Delivery Research (HS&
A new online petition is calling for the UK health authorities to improve the way they treat people in pain. The petition, launched by Jean Gaffin, Pain UK’s Pain Champion for 2013, is intended to build a groundswell of support to pressure the UK Department of Health and the organisations resp
Pain Concern is delighted to announce the launch of the digital edition of our magazine Pain Matters. The digital edition, which is designed to work on all of the most popular devices, is available to buy now from pocketmags.com and is coming soon to Amazon, the Google Play Newsstand and the Apple i
People on painkillers for chronic pain should have at least an annual review of their medication to ensure they are being given the best drugs to treat their condition, according to new advice to be issued to GPs and other healthcare professionals