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Chronic Pain Management Webinars for Mid North Coast

Free Chronic Pain Management webinars are available for all health professionals to assist in the management of patients living with chronic pain on the Mid North Coast (priority placements will be given to those working in Kempsey, Nambucca and Bowraville).

The aim of this training is to improve the assessment and ongoing management of patients experiencing long-term pain and to help guide patients towards self-management and a reduction of their pain medication, especially opioid reduction, over time.

The Pain Management Research Institute at the University of Sydney is delivering the webinars over a seven-week block, which comprises a 90-minute evening session once a week.

Each webinar is conducted out of hours, and all course materials and resources are provided free of charge.

A range of dates are still available over the coming months.

In 2019:

In 2020:

Sign up now as places are filling up fast! Please be sure you can commit to the entire course of seven consecutive weeks before signing up, as places are valuable and limited to only ten participants per webinar.

To register for these informative webinars, please register by calling (02) 9463 1516 or send an email to paineducation.admin@sydney.edu.au.

These webinars have been made possible by funding from North Coast Primary Health Network, saving a potential cost to the participant of $800.


Click here to visit the HealthPathways for Chronic Pain.

For a list of all localised pathways see:

Mid and North Coast Localised Pathways

Username: manchealth
Password: conn3ct3d

For further information about HealthPathways contact fryan@ncphn.org.au or kkeyte@ncphn.org.au.

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