Explaining pain

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 – Medical investigations

Doctors and patients can both get caught up in an almost endless search for a cure or a clear diagnosis of what’s causing the pain. Searching for a medical solution is understandable, but it can delay people in starting to learn to manage their pain
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Airing Pain Programme 45: Helping us to help ourselves

Empowering patients from GP's surgery to Pain Management Programme.
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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 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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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 45: Helping us to help ourselves

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?
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