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Pain Clinical Forum: Work and Employment with Chronic Pain

A study / networking day for occupational therapists working with people who have chronic pain on their work and employment goals.

The Pain Clinical Forum is a part of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section Trauma and Musculoskeletal Health. This workshop is hosted by the Pain Centre Versus Arthritis. It aims to explore how can best support people who have a chronic pain diagnosis with their work and employment goals. Presented will be different perspectives on the subject, and then have the opportunity to share practice and learn from each other.

With this in mind, all attendees are requeted to bring examples of how they work with people on their work, vocational and employment goals in practice, to share with others. E.g; case studies, assessment tools, outcome measures, session / treatment plans.

For further information and forum programme, please visit the official website of the event.

Location: Nottingham City Hospital N H S, Clinical Sciences Building, Hucknall Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom

A study / networking day for occupational therapists working with people who have chronic pain on their work and employment goals.
The Pain Clinical Forum is a part of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section Trauma and Musculoskeletal Health. This workshop is hosted by the Pain Centre Versus Arthritis. It aims to explore how can best support people who have a chronic pain diagnosis with their work and employment goals. Presented will be different perspectives on the subject, and then have the opportunity to share practice and learn from each other.
With this in mind, all attendees are requeted to bring examples of how they work with people on their work, vocational and employment goals in practice, to share with others. E.g; case studies, assessment tools, outcome measures, session / treatment plans.
For further information and forum programme, please visit the official website of the event.

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