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Joint Pain Concern-NHS pain education project wins awards

Pain Con­cern’s col­lab­o­ra­tion with Greater Glas­gow and Clyde (GGC) NHS was a win­ner last night at the Alliance Scot­land’s Self Man­age­ment Awards. The project won in the Self Man­age­ment Sup­port­ing Health and Social Care Part­ner­ship of the Year category.

The win­ning team!

The pilot project nom­i­nat­ed for the award ‘West Dun­bar­ton­shire Chron­ic Pain Pri­ma­ry Care Ser­vice Devel­op­ment Project’ sought to find a new way to pro­vide edu­ca­tion ses­sions on pain to the pub­lic. Pain Con­cern and GGC NHS have now expand­ed the project to loca­tions across the Greater Glas­gow and Clyde area.

The pain edu­ca­tion ses­sion is for any­one who has had pain for more than 12 weeks and peo­ple can self-refer or be referred by their GP, phys­io­ther­a­pist or oth­er health­care or social care pro­fes­sion­al. The ses­sions aim to give par­tic­i­pants a bet­ter under­stand­ing of their pain to help them to man­age their con­di­tion more effec­tive­ly in the long term.

You can find out more about the Pain Edu­ca­tion Ses­sion and how to book a place here and see the full list of award win­ners here.


Very inter­est­ing.

Fan­tas­tic! Well done to Mar­tin and the team!!

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