Primary & Community Care Special Interest Group

To provide a forum for members of the British Pain Society with an interest in Primary & Community Care.

Chair Dee Burrows (Acting Chair & Secretary)
Officers Dr Martin Johnson (Vice Chair & Treasurer)
Dee Burrows (Secretary)
Ann Taylor, Committee Member
Pat Roche, Committee Member
Council Liaison Officer Dr Peter Brook
 
Year Formed 2010
 
Number of Members 112
   

Description of Activities and Scientific Focus

  • To contribute to the objectives of the British Pain Society and the International Association for the Study of Pain on mattersrelating to pain management in primary and community care.
  • To improve knowledge and understanding of pain management and its outcomes in primary and community care.
  • Through sharing best practice, to enhance the skills of those involved in delivering pain services and pain management in primary and community care.
  • To organise meetings, seminars and workshops on aspects of pain management in primary and community care.
  • To establish and maintain links with other professional organisations and societies related to pain management in primary and community care.
  • To maintain a register of resources relating to primary and community pain management for health care practitioners and people with pain.

 

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