11 episodes

In these podcasts of the post-dialogue interviews, 11 of the 13 dialogue participants - a mix of policymakers, stakeholders and researchers - provide their personal perspectives on the insights drawn from the dialogue and on possible next steps for different constituencies. Chronic pain is a serious health problem given its prevalence, associated disability, impact on quality of life and the costs associated with the extensive use of healthcare services by people living with chronic pain. Overall, provincial and territorial health systems do not adequately support the management of chronic pain. An evidence brief and a stakeholder dialogue involving participants drawn from across Canada, examined the problem in order to develop creative, sustainable ways to support those living with chronic pain.

Chronic Pain Management (2009-12-09) - Audio McMaster University

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In these podcasts of the post-dialogue interviews, 11 of the 13 dialogue participants - a mix of policymakers, stakeholders and researchers - provide their personal perspectives on the insights drawn from the dialogue and on possible next steps for different constituencies. Chronic pain is a serious health problem given its prevalence, associated disability, impact on quality of life and the costs associated with the extensive use of healthcare services by people living with chronic pain. Overall, provincial and territorial health systems do not adequately support the management of chronic pain. An evidence brief and a stakeholder dialogue involving participants drawn from across Canada, examined the problem in order to develop creative, sustainable ways to support those living with chronic pain.

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