• Local Pain Educator Program

    The Local Pain Educator (LPE) program is a community based health promotion initiative with a focus on local capacity building. Local health practitioners, have been selected to be LPEs, and are undergoing training and mentoring in pain education.

     

    The LPEs represent a range of disciplines and sectors. The aim of the program is to raise awareness of pain neurobiology and application of pain education to a biopsychosocial pain model of care.

     

    Secondary to this the program hopes to increase access to high quality best practice pain services in rural and regional Australia, through upskilling health workforce and collaborating with health governance systems. The LPEs and mentors will form a network to provide peer-to-peer learning and knowledge sharing between regional practitioners and industry leaders. With this support, the LPEs will go on to delivery pain education in their communities.

     

    The program is currently funded by Pain Revolution outreach cycling tour.

    The LPE program involves:

    • Professional Certificate in Pain Science, material delivered online to regional health professionals
    • One-on-one mentoring from industry leaders
    • Access to LPE network
    • Access to pain education resources package
    • A commitment to delivering high quality pain education in the community

    2018 is the pilot LPE program. The Pain Revolution is all about collaborating and encourage involvement from the community. If you would like to find out more or get involved please contact Project Manager Angie Clerc-Hawke via email below.

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