Supporting self management

It’s now widely known that people who self manage their long term pain lead happier, more fulfilled lives. Getting there is a journey – and one that you, as a clinician, can support. These resources will help you do just that.

Shifting the conversation

Reaching the point where you and your patient share the same vision of self management of their pain sometimes means shifting the conversation away from the traditional clinician-patient relationship. These resources will help you make that shift.

Opioid Zone

As concern about Opioid use continues to grow, we provide up-to-date expert insights and tools to help you navigate this difficult area.

Medicines and your patient

As well as opioid information Live Well with Pain has plenty to offer the clinician to support them more generally when prescribing and reviewing medicines for people living with pain.

Resources for patients

Leaflets, booklets, worksheets and more to share with your patient as you guide them towards effective self management of their long term pain.

Living with pain?

Visit My Live Well with Pain for really useful information and resources to help you live well, despite the pain.

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