Local Pain Educator Mentor Program
Together we are creating a broader community-focussed approach committed to improving pain outcomes, unbound by geographical restrictions.
The aim of the Local Pain Educator mentor program is to improve pain literacy with a model that is self-sustaining and empowers the community. Selected local pain educators will be trained and up-skilled via a comprehensive pain science curriculum offered by the University of South Australia. With mentor support, these local educators will go on to share this knowledge in their local communities.
This program offers great career development opportunities with recognised post-graduate training and growing networks.
Local pain educators will be supported by a team of dedicated mentors, including pain scientists and clinicians. They will also be connected with fellow local pain educators from around the country.
APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2018 LOCAL PAIN EDUCATOR NETWORK
We're currently taking applications from registered health professionals who are committed to local community action in pain education. We're accepting applications for the following locations in New South Wales - Illawarra, Snowy Mountains and Murray-Murrumbidgee regions.
Applications close December 15th, 2017
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