At a recent presentation by Peter Moore aimed at assisting clinicians in helping people to live with persistent pain, he presented his Pain Toolkit, a simple information booklet that provides handy tips and skills designed to support people living with the condition.Pain-toolkit-website
Peter has lived with persistent pain since the early 1990s, but in 1994 he successfully turned his life around and now presents to patient groups and healthcare practitioners in the UK and EU on the subject of managing persistent pain.

He is currently petitioning the government to encourage NHS Primary Care & Social Care to provide more pain self-management in all communities:

 

Pain Self-Management in the Community & Internet

People experiencing pain in the community is on the increase, with 14million people reporting living with persistent pain here in the UK.

Pain-toolkit-icon-squareThe best and most effective way to support people with pain is for NHS Primary Care (CCG’s) and Social Care to develop simple educational pain self-management workshops/programmes in the community.

Also it would be useful for the NHS Primary Care (CCG’s) and Social Care to utilise the Internet with more self-learning pain self-management information.

I hope you would sign this petition to encourage NHS Primary Care & Social Care to provide more pain self-management in ALL communities.

 

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