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Chronic Pain Australia

Who are we?

A group of volunteers including people in pain, researchers, health professionals and advocates who work towards de-stigmatising chronic pain.

What do we do?

We provide high quality user-friendly research-based information and support that puts you at the centre of our attention. We support a 24/7 forum.

How can we help you?

If you live with pain we can help you understand and control it. You will find support and connection with others on our forum, and stay up to date when you receive our free e-bulletin.

National Pain Week

National Pain Week 2015 - Monday 20 July to Sunday 26 July

Visit National Pain Week www.nationalpainweek.org.au
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What's happening in National Pain Week 2015?

Feedback from people living in pain has a consistent major theme – it is the invisible burden that we don’t want to talk about, often for fear of the consequences. Let’s break the silence and reduce the stigma of chronic pain. 

This year we are in two cities: Brisbane and Sydney and again in the Big Red Bus. 

We are having a one day conference in Sydney at the State Library of NSW on 24th July - featuring an afternoon of speakers, music, displays and discussion. 

Again this year we will have a Q & A discussion to round off the day.

There are also a number of events in Brisbane, including a community presentation on Kids & Pain and an Interactive Pain Management Workshop in Logan City.

Visit the National Pain Week website for information and to register for events. www.nationalpainweek.org.au.




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Chronic Pain Retreat


Dr Coralie Wales

Ms Petrea King

2-6 November 2015

Quest for Life Centre Bundanoon


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