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Self-management workshop in Glasgow

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

For more information, please contact:
Shona Sinclair on

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First visit to site. Was recommended by pain clinic consultant Billy Jo.

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Thanks for getting in touch. Hope you find our site helpful.

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Hi there,

I am wondering if you will be putting on anymore of these workshops? I think they would be very helpful for me.


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Hi Dana,

Thanks for getting in touch. This workshop was a pilot for a new scheme, but our Pain Education Sessions are still ongoing and you can book into one free of charge by calling us on 0300 323 9966, or texting us on 07548 229 958 with your name and number and we’ll call you back. Alternatively you can email:
The sessions are located across Glasgow in Alexandria, Clydebank, Easterhouse, Pollokshields and Possilpark and are led by an experienced trainer who has chronic pain themselves. Each lasts about 2 hours (with a break in the middle) and is aimed at helping people understand and manage their pain better, as well as feel more able day-to-day.
For more information please check out our website ( or give us a call on the number above and we’ll do our best to help.

Thanks and kind regards,

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Good Day. I have started a support group for people suffering with chronic pain, cancer and or disabilities in Estcourt, Kawa Zulu Natal, South Africa. I would appreciate if you could assist me with any information to this respect. My support group is free to all and their spouse, partner or caregiver. My mission is to Support through the Power of Love and my Vission is to live a better life knowing that you are not alone.

I would really appropriate any support that you can offer me help people live a better life. I want people to know that they don’t just live but they can also have a life.

God Bless

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Any plans for a future (this year – 2018) workshop?

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