Chronic Pain Australia assists people with chronic pain across all age groups. The organisation convenes National Pain Week, the 2016 event being scheduled for 25-31 July. Finish Reading: Chronic Pain Australia
The Australian Pain Management Association Inc (APMA) is a national health promotion charity providing services including advocacy and mentoring and support for pain sufferers and their families and friends. Finish Reading: Australian Pain Management Association
The Royal Adelaide Hospital Clinical Psychology’s Pain Management Unit Psychology Service provides specialist services for chronic pain sufferers and their families. Finish Reading: Royal Adelaide Hospital Clinical Psychology’s Pain Management Unit Psychology Service
The American Chronic Pain Association’s work includes helping people with chronic pain and their families. The website’s Pain Management Tools/The Art of Pain Management describes the important role of art in helping people with chronic pain. Finish Reading: American Chronic Pain Association
The Pain Management Research Institute (PMRI), a joint initiative between the University of Sydney and Royal North Shore Hospital (and a division of the Kolling Institute of Medical Research), conducts basic and clinical research and professional development for health professionals. Finish Reading: Pain Management Research Institute
NSW Health’s Patients and Consumers guide/Managing Your Chronic Pain focuses on acute and chronic pain.