Pain Management

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In epidemiological studies, chronic pain, that is pain lasting longer than 3mths, has been recorded as affecting nearly a fifth of people. Of this group 3-10% have a neuropathic (nerve dysfunction) component. Chronic pain is frequently encountered and treated in primary care or within community services. A smaller proportion of patients with severe or refractory symptoms require management within specialist pain clinics.

Given its prevalence it is likely that in your professional life you have encountered a patient, colleague or relative who suffers from chronic pain.

The following modules can be accessed via the "Specialist Subject" tab at Learnpro.

Website

  • Ms Camilla Young, Admin
  • Dr Moutaz Burwaiss
  • Dr Colin Rae
  • Dr Alan Hope, Webmaster (Jet5)
Android App
  • John McCulloch

Department of Computer Science
University of Strathclyde

Contact us

Chronic Pain Education Group

  • Ms Camilla Young, Admin
  • TBA, Patient Representative
  • Dr Moutaz Burwaiss, Chair, Education Subgroup
  • Dr Colin Rae, Lead for MCN
  • Ms Lyn Watson, Nurse
  • Ms Catriona Clareburt, Pharmacist
  • Mr Fraser Bell, Physiotherapist
  • Dr David Craig, Psychologist