Chronic pain and mental health issues
This panel discussion will focus on Bron, a middle aged woman who is no longer enjoying the things she used to after enduring long standing chronic pain following a work place injury. Listen to the panel as they explore referral pathways for Bron and tips and strategies for working together, working better.
Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Bron's story to be better equipped to:
- improve your understanding of the relationship between mental health and chronic pain
- better identify the role of different disciplines in contributing to the assessment, treatment and management of mental illness in people with chronic pain
- explore tips and strategies for interdisciplinary collaboration in supporting people with mental health and chronic pain issues.
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