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Pain Support Line

The Pain Support Line provides free information, support, and a listening ear to people wanting to talk about their own pain or that of a family member or friend. In addition to supporting people living with pain, the Pain Support Line also responds to enquiries from health care professionals and other organizations.

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Pain Support and Wellness Groups

Pain BC's groups provide online pain education and ongoing peer mentorship and support to people living with persistent pain throughout BC. Pain Support and Wellness Groups offer an opportunity for people living with persistent pain to meet regularly online and build a community of support while learning about pain, pain management and coping strategies. Groups meet every second and fourth Tuesday of the month for 2 hours with alternating mid-day and evening sessions.

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Virtual Pain Self-Management Education Support groups

Enhanced quality of life for people living with persistent pain through self-management, education and peer support

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Take a Pain Check Podcast

A podcast for youth and young adults with rheumatic diseases. Take a Pain Check Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Natasha Trehan. Natasha hosts podcasts every other Sunday with guests engaging them in conversations about their chronic illness, their relationships, accomplishments, lifestyle, and much more. Take a Pain Check is currently changing the lives of individuals impacted with rheumatic diseases by creating a safe community. The goal is to empower youth to advocate for themselves, and to create a place where they feel understood.

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Take a Pain Check Blogs

A blog for youth and young adults with rheumatic diseases. Take a Pain Check is a non-profit organization committed to the mission and vision of supporting youth and young adults with rheumatic diseases through social media, initiatives, advocacy, and raising awareness.

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Pain resources for health professionals

The AMN-P&A is a multi-faceted program of mentorship for healthcare professionals which is designed to create adaptable and accessible options for providers to seek support and cultivate inter-professional communities of practice through building resilient, compassionate and skilled healthcare professionals.

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Educational videos for veterans, their families, HCPs, case managers and researchers

Provide education on the evolution of pain management and current best practices in evidence-based interdisciplinary care for Veterans, their families, health care professionals, case managers, and researchers.

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Knowledge translation tips sheet

Knowledge translations tips and tools for pain researchers from the CPN.

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Tips for research conversations with patient partners

These tips have been put together to help guide researchers’ and/or trainees’ preparation for research conversations with CPN patient partners. Rather than call these ‘presentations’ we are calling these ‘conversations,’ emphasizing that we anticipate the format to follow a dialogue/discussion approach instead of a lecture-style presentation.

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Roles for patient partners in your project

If you're a pain researcher who has never worked with patient partners or caregivers in your research before (or even if you have!), the CPN Patient Engagement Committee and Network patient partners have some ideas for you to consider.

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Recommendations on patient engagement compensation

The SPOR Networks in Chronic Disease and their Patient Partners make recommendations on harmonizing an approach to Patient Partner Compensation across all SPOR Networks and SPOR SUPPORT Units.

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The Canadian Journal of Pain

The Canadian Journal of Pain is an open access journal that publishes research from all disciplines involved in the study of pain, including the clinical and basic sciences, epidemiology, and health policy and health systems. The Canadian Journal of Pain is the Official Journal of the Canadian Pain Society.

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Harnessing digital technologies to improve pain care in children

Solutions for Kids in Pain has put together a list of resources to help patients & families stay healthy while at home

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Pain Management Online apps and resources

Pain management online apps and resources for children in pain.

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Guide to Chronic Pain in Students: an in-school resource

The Guide to Chronic Pain in Students: An In-School Resource for students and teachers. A downloadable guide to supporting kids with pain at school.

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Revised 'The Faces Pain Scale' 2001

The Faces Pain Scale – Revised (FPS-R) is a self-report measure of pain intensity developed for children. It was adapted from the Faces Pain Scale to make it possible to score the sensation of pain on the widely accepted 0-to-10 metric.

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