Despite studying for a foundation module in pain management, I learnt an awful lot. It was great other members found the biopsychosocial model of chronic pain so useful. It reinforced what I have been learning. I shared some of the resources which are available for general access which I think is essential as we all … Continue reading Multidisciplinary Chronic Pain PBSGL
A belated post about my article for the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps. It is available here but alas not in full text. Indeed I am not sure I am allowed to link to a full-text version as that would make it open access and that in turn makes it expensive to publish. Anyhow, … Continue reading PBSGL within an interprofessional group of doctors.
After our 2 sessions on chronic pain, we have performed a couple of audits at Bulford. My own is here: . Tony Dickinson has also done one here: I found both sessions incredibly useful. I am finding I am being more pragmatic with patients and being realistic with outcomes. I think the main learning points for me … Continue reading Chronic Pain