Scottish Parliamentary question on Pain answered

Allocation of money by the Long Term Conditions Alliance to projects connected with chronic pain management

Parliamentary question on pain tabled by Scottish Labour shadow health secretary Jackie Baillie MSP has been answered on 6 February by Nicola Sturgeon (Deputy First Minister of Scotland, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Cities Strategy).

Jackie Baillie (Dumbarton) (Scottish Labour): To ask the Scottish Executive how much money has been allocated by the Long Term Conditions Alliance to projects connected with the management of chronic pain. (S4W-05197)

Nicola Sturgeon: The Long Term Conditions Alliance Scotland, through its administration of the Self-Management Fund over the last three years, has allocated a total of £1,089,841 to projects which support people to live with chronic pain in Scotland.

 The answer can be viewed on the website of the Scottish Parliament

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