chronic pain

 

 

 

 

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.

Test your knowledge with the quick 10 question chronic pain quiz

 

Lecture Notes

The Lecture notes shown as blue downloadable PDF files below have been kindly provided by our guests speakers for the exclusive reference of attendee’s at our Chronic pain Seminar. They remain the intellectual property of their respective authors.

To allow us to offer lecture notes in the future respect the trust and goodwill of our guest speakers and use these notes only for your personal reference. Should you wish to reproduce these in anyway please contact us at info@amsn.com.au and we will make contact with the author.

The following PDF’s will deleted from this website within 2 weeks of posting. should you require any access beyond this date please contact the AMSN by email.

 

Chris Hayes

Dr Chris Hayes: Chronic Pain Specialist

Understanding Pain_Jun 2014 Chris hayes

Primary care tool box 2014 chris Hayes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tessa Marshal

Mrs Tessa Marshal: Psychologist and Psychotherapists

Chronic Pain and Mental Health Tessa marshal with Notes

Notes from Chronic Pain _Tessa Marshall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

garry egger

Professor Gary Eggar: Epidemiologist and Chronic Disease specialist

Chronic Pain and Chronic Disease BB 2014 Gary Eggar

 

 

 

 

Research Presentations

Mental health and foot pain paul Butterworth

Working with people with chronic pain shelly barlow

Spinal manipulation and chronic Pain-peter tuchin

 

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

http://www2.psy.unsw.edu.au/groups/dass/