The Chronic Pain Network is one of five networks to receive funding through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) and represents an unprecedented level of collaboration amongst national stakeholders.
Working with patients as partner, the Network supports, coordinates and synchronizes leading innovative and high-impact research with the ultimate goal of removing barriers to better chronic pain management.
December 14, 2020
The CPCoE is looking to add a bilingual Knowledge Mobilization Expert to their dynamic team. Click here to learn more.
December 2, 2020
Hosted by Margot Latimer and John Sylliboy of the Aboriginal Children's Hurt and Healing (ACHH) Initiative, this webinar is now available on YouTube.
December 1, 2020
The Evidence and Gap Map of the Virtual Stepped Care Solutions is now available online. Take a look at these English and French-language knowledge products to facilitate mobilization findings, including one-page infographics, a brief video and a policy brief.
November 26, 2020
If you missed our webinar on Patient Engagement in Basic Science Projects: A Case Study, or would like to watch it again, you can now check it out on YouTube.
November 10, 2020
The Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence for Canadian Veterans has organized an informative virtual symposium in collaboration with the Alliance to Advance Comprehensive Integrative Pain Management. The symposium consists of four 1-hour sessions over the course of four weeks and features topics such as The Effectiveness of Cannabis and Stepped Care Model in the US Military and Pain Management Outcomes for Veteran vs Non-Veterans with Chronic Pain.
November 4, 2020
Following a series of in-person, written and online consultations about the gaps and challenges, best and promising practices, and elements of an improved approach to preventing and managing chronic pain, the Canadian Pain Task Force released its second report in October 2020. Entitled Working Together to Better Understand, Prevent, and Manage Chronic Pain: What We Heard, the report reflects the evidence, ideas, experiences and practices that were heard from the nearly two-thousand people who participated.
Researchers Thomas Hadjistavropoulos and Karine Toupin-April, along with patient perspective partners and key members from their teams, lead this webinar.
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