Pain Concern Research Workshop – supporting people with chronic pain develop self management approaches
14/12/2016 at 01:00pm
Pain Concern invite you to join them for an afternoon workshop exploring new ways to support people with chronic pain develop approaches to improved self management.
Pain Concern have recently received funding to undertake a pilot research project of a ‘navigator tool’ which could be used a by a number of primary healthcare professionals during their consultation with people with chronic pain.
This is a two year project which will test the tool at various primary care sites. However, prior to the pilot study Pain Concern intend to hold a consultation event where they present the navigator tool in it’s draft form and get feedback from both primary healthcare professionals (a mixture of GPs, physiotherapists, practice nurses and pharmacists) and people living with chronic pain.
This workshop will involve trying the new navigator tool within several small groups and reporting back to the wider team. Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided at the beginning.
Places are free but limited. To book your space please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please contact:
Shona Sinclair on email@example.com