Free Paper Session 5 – Rethinking and Deep Thinking about Service Provision & Outcomes


Free Paper Session 5

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Dr Melita Giummarra, Alfred Health, VIC: A mixed methods evaluation of group pain management programs using telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic
Dr Tania Gardner, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, NSW: Telephone support improves early engagement with a web-based pain program – a randomized controlled trial investigating the effect of adjunct telephone support on adherence and outcomes of the “Reboot Online” pain management program
Dr Amelia Searle, Flinders Medical Centre, SA: Exploring the views of people failing to attend introductory group pain education sessions
Dr Andrew Claus, Tess Cramond Pain and Research Centre, QLD: Identifying the gaps to close: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s profile from the electronic persistent pain outcomes collaboration
Mr Mustafa Atee, The Dementia Centre, Hammondcare, WA: Pain and behaviours and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD): An association study from Australian dementia-specific behaviour support programs
Ms Ria Hopkins, UNSW Sydney, NSW: Understanding the accessibility of pain management and other health services by Australians living with chronic pain

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