• Pain Revolution Events Tasmania 2019

  • Join us for a FREE Pain Education event in your town.

    Learning about pain might change your life (or your loved ones!)

    Can help us spread the word about our events in your town?

  • Devonport Professional Seminar

    Saturday 16th March, 2019 | 3.15 - 4.45pm

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

     

    Join us for an interactive multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persisting pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Tasmania, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    You'll have the opportunity to get connected to the Local Pain Educator Network and meet our Pain Revolution riders on a mission to bring help and support to their rural colleagues through their pedal-powered fundraising.

    Devonport Public Seminar

    Saturday 16th March, 2019 | 5.30 - 7pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to DEVONPORT.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

    Burnie Professional Seminar

    Sunday 17th March, 2019 | 2.30 - 4.30pm

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

     

    Join us for an interactive multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persisting pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Tasmania, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    You'll have the opportunity to get connected to the Local Pain Educator Network and meet our Pain Revolution riders on a mission to bring help and support to their rural colleagues through their pedal-powered fundraising.

     

    Enjoy afternoon tea and a chance to network with other local health professionals courtesy of Primary Health Tasmania.

    Burnie Public Seminar

    Sunday 17th March, 2019 | 5.30 - 7pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to BURNIE.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

    Smithton Professional Breakfast and Seminar

    Monday 18th March, 2019 | 7.30 am for breakfast/ networking, 8 - 9.30am seminar

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

     

    Join us for an interactive multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persisting pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Tasmania, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    You'll have the opportunity to get connected to the Local Pain Educator Network and meet our Pain Revolution riders on a mission to bring help and support to their rural colleagues through their pedal-powered fundraising.

     

    Enjoy breakfast and a chance to network with other local health professionals courtesy of Primary Health Tasmania.

    Smithton Public Seminar

    Monday 18th March, 2019 | 10 - 11:30am

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to SMITHTON.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

    Launceston Public Seminar

    Tuesday 19th March, 2019 | 4 - 5.30pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to LAUNCESTON.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

    Launceston Professional Seminar

    Tuesday 19th March, 2019 | 5.30pm for dinner/ networking, 6 - 7.30pm seminar

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

     

    Join us for an interactive multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persisting pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Tasmania, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    You'll have the opportunity to get connected to the Local Pain Educator Network and meet our Pain Revolution riders on a mission to bring help and support to their rural colleagues through their pedal-powered fundraising.

     

    Enjoy a light dinner and a chance to network with other local health professionals courtesy of Primary Health Tasmania.

    Scottsdale Public Seminar

    Tuesday 19th March, 2019 | 6 - 7.30pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to SCOTTSDALE.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

    St Helens Public Seminar

    Wednesday 20th March, 2019 | 4 - 5.30pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to ST HELENS.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

    St Helens Professional Seminar

    Wednesday 20th March, 2019 | 5.30pm for dinner/networking, 6 - 7.30pm seminar

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

     

    Join us for an interactive multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persisting pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Tasmania, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    You'll have the opportunity to get connected to the Local Pain Educator Network and meet our Pain Revolution riders on a mission to bring help and support to their rural colleagues through their pedal-powered fundraising.

     

    Enjoy a light dinner and a chance to network with other local health professionals courtesy of Primary Health Tasmania.

    Swansea Public Seminar

    Thursday 21st March, 2019 | 5 - 6.30pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to SWANSEA.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

    Swansea Professional Seminar

    Thursday 21st March, 2019 | 6.45 for dinner/ networking 7.15 - 8.45pm

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

     

    Join us for an interactive multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persisting pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Tasmania, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    You'll have the opportunity to get connected to the Local Pain Educator Network and meet our Pain Revolution riders on a mission to bring help and support to their rural colleagues through their pedal-powered fundraising.

     

    Enjoy a light dinner and a chance to network with other local health professionals courtesy of Primary Health Tasmania.

    Hobart Public Seminar

    Friday 22nd March, 2019 | 5 - 6.30pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to HOBART.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

    Hobart Professional Seminar​

    SOLD OUT!!!!! Please register for Huonville or Glenorchy events.

    Friday 22nd March, 2019 | 6.30pm for dinner/ networking 7 - 8.30pm seminar

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

     

    Join us for an interactive multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persisting pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Tasmania, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    You'll have the opportunity to get connected to the Local Pain Educator Network and meet our Pain Revolution riders on a mission to bring help and support to their rural colleagues through their pedal-powered fundraising.

     

    Enjoy a light dinner and a chance to network with other local health professionals courtesy of Primary Health Tasmania.

    Glenorchy Professional Seminar

    Saturday 23rd March, 2019 | 12.30 for lunch/ networking, 1 - 2.30pm seminar

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

     

    Join us for an interactive multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persisting pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Tasmania, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    You'll have the opportunity to get connected to the Local Pain Educator Network and meet our Pain Revolution riders on a mission to bring help and support to their rural colleagues through their pedal-powered fundraising.

     

    Enjoy a light lunch and a chance to network with other local health professionals courtesy of Primary Health Tasmania.

    Glenorchy Public Seminar

    Saturday 23rd March, 2019 | 3.15 - 4.45pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to GLENORCHY.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

    Huonville Professional Seminar

    Saturday 23rd March, 2019 | 12.30 for lunch/ networking, 1 - 2.30pm seminar

    We're looking forward to welcoming health professionals from all disciplines, community health workers, academics and educators and health policy makers and administrators to learn more about pain, and the importance of a whole community approach to pain treatment.

     

    Join us for an interactive multidisciplinary lecture and discussion about the challenge of treating persisting pain, and the opportunities for recovery that have emerged from the research lab.

     

    Following the speakers, there will be a panel discussion about the challenges facing people in pain in Tasmania, and opportunities to ask questions of some of Australia's leading pain experts.

     

    You'll have the opportunity to get connected to the Local Pain Educator Network and meet our Pain Revolution riders on a mission to bring help and support to their rural colleagues through their pedal-powered fundraising.

     

    Enjoy a light lunch and a chance to network with other local health professionals courtesy of Primary Health Tasmania.

    Huonville Public Seminar

    Saturday 23rd March, 2019 | 3.15 - 4.45pm

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour is coming to HUONVILLE.

    Our team of pain experts will be cycling into your town to talk about the problem of persisting pain.

     

    Join us for a free, easy to understand talk about why you have ongoing pain, and what you can do to change it.

  • Health Professional Events Supported by Primary Health Tasmania

    Support for the Tour in Local Communities

    The Pain Revolution Rural Outreach Tour's health professional education events are supported by Tasmania PHN (Primary Health Tasmania) under the Australian Government's Primary Health Networks Program

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