This AMSN seminar focused on the developing a model between allied and general practitioners in the management of Chronic Pain.
Drawing on the latest research across a broad range of professions we investigated and reviewed the patho-physiology of chronic pain and then developed a multidisciplinary framework that achieved the best outcomes.
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Dr Chris Hayes: Chronic Pain Specialist
Mrs Tessa Marshal: Psychologist and Psychotherapists
Professor Gary Eggar: Epidemiologist and Chronic Disease specialist
Other Additional Resources
Orebro 10 Question short version as used by Dr Chris Hayes: Short_Form_Orebro
DASS Depression anxiety and stress scale can be downloaded from the link below