This post-UnConference workshop is designed to stimulate an interprofessional approach to persistent pain and disability. Participants should have a basic understanding of persistent pain and the difference between acute and chronic pain and be aware of factors contributing to disability associated with pain.
An active, experiential approach is used throughout the workshop as participants develop a management plan based on a case study.
The workshop will suit those clinicians working with clients experiencing “sub-acute” pain, as well as persistent pain, and clinicians from a range of professional backgrounds.
Participants will be provided with a workbook, and a copy of the slides for their personal use following the workshop. All participants will be asked to complete pre- and post-workshop questionnaire.
More info on the workshop here: http://www.painunconference.com/master-class-with-bronnie.html
More info on Bronnie here: http://www.painunconference.com/about.html#bronniethompson
**In order to optimize participants' learning experiences, registration will be limited to 20 participants**
Students are eligible to register but you must be in the last year of your professional degree.
Date and Time
University of Toronto Rehabilitation Sciences Building, Room 132
500 University Avenue
Toronto, ON M5G 1V7