The national discussion forum and community for UK Healthcare Professionals with an interest in acute, chronic, or palliative Pain Management.
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Pain Talk hosts an active, lively, discussion forum for all professionals with an interest in pain management.

Rated number one worldwide by Google, our forum
can be used to ask
questions, share news,
or just to have your say.

All we ask is the members respect others users only post information which is true and correct to their knowledge.

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The PAIN Exhibit is an educational, visual arts exhibit from artists with chronic pain with their art expressing some facet of the pain experience.

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Assessment
of pain in
older people.


New guidelines for the Assessment of pain in older people have been published by the Royal College of Physicians.

Read more, and download the guidelines in full by clicking on the link below.
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Please excuse us whilst we spring-clean though!

Over the next couple of weeks we will be deleting lesser used features, updating others, adding new resources, and launching a new, much more readily update-able news and 'what's on' pages service.

So please excuse any dead links or layout gaps - it'll be worth it in the long run!!
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