• Resources for Health Professionals

    A collection of useful information to help professionals work with people in pain

    Explain Pain

    Explain Pain Supercharged

    Like Explain Pain, only "supercharged" for clinicians

    This book is jam-packed with everything you need to provide effective, memorable, evidence-based, individualised pain education and treatment.

    "One theme that has emerged time and time again is the need for another resource... Many have pleaded in frustration for something that takes them beyond Explain Pain but doesn’t put them to sleep or intimidate the whoopsies out of them. So here it is, Explain Pain Supercharged."

    Moseley & Butler, 2017

    Better Pain Management

    A guide from the Australian Faculty of Pain Medicine

    The FPM Better Pain Management program has been designed for specialist and general medical practitioners, medical students, nurses and allied health practitioners engaged in the care of patients with persistent pain. It consists of 12 online education modules each designed to be completed in one hour.

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    Professional Certification in Pain Sciences

    University of South Australia

    This professional certificate is designed for qualified health professionals seeking an opportunity to advance their understanding and skills in the assessment and management of pain. The courses will cover pain models, mechanisms and contributors to pain, pain education, clinical assessment and management of pain, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to pain management.

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    MSc in Medicine (Pain Management)

    University of Sydney

    The Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management) provides advanced education in pain management for graduates in medicine, dentistry, nursing, physiotherapy, psychology and other disciplines involved in pain management.

    This course is offered in the form of online distance education mode and you may complete the course full-time or part-time.

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    MSc in Clinical Management of Pain

    University of Edinburgh

    As a multidimensional phenomenon, it is essential that pain is managed through planned multidisciplinary initiatives and inputs that aim to ease patient suffering and improve quality of life.

    The clinical management of pain programme is able to accommodate the needs of students from a variety of healthcare backgrounds and provides both the education and flexibility that is required to allow students to tailor the programme to their personal goals, career needs and future aspirations.

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    Grad Cert in Chronic Pain Management

    McGill University, Montreal

    This post-professional training program was designed for busy healthcare professionals, leaving them the freedom to better manage their work-life balance. The program is appropriate for professionals from medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacology, physical therapy, psychology and related disciplines.

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