About the network
The Statewide Chronic Pain Clinical Network is being established to work on improving the provision of integrated multidisciplinary care for people with chronic pain.
Chronic Pain Care Workshop
A Chronic Pain Care Workshop was held on 25 February 2021 with over 120 participants from across South Australia.
Participants provided their views on what is ideal chronic pain care, the gaps and barriers which prevent us from providing that care and potential ways that we can work to overcome those barriers. Participants also provided their views on the priority areas for the Statewide Chronic Pain Clinical Network moving forward.
The feedback provided by participants will help inform the Chronic Pain Clinical Network Steering Committee’s development of a work plan to improve chronic pain care in this state.
The feedback was reviewed and summarised. Read the summary report and presentation slides from the workshop.
Associate Professor Anne Burke
|Associate Professor Anne Burke||
Clinical and Health Psychologist
Clinical representative - private services, research, education, OT
Lived experience representative - paeds to young adult
Clinical representative - primary care, hospital, medication safety, pharmacy
Clinical representative - GP liaison, shared care
Clinical representative - RACGP, rural, aged care, hospital avoidance
Clinical representative - private services, psychology
Tertiary service representative - NALHN - nursing
Lived experience representative- adult
Clinical representative- addiction medicine
Tertiary service representative - WCHN - psychology
Tertiary service representative - SALHN - physiotherapy
Clinical representative - living guidelines, education, rheumatology
Clinical representative - rural, pain service co-ordination, nursing
Country SA PHN
Tertiary service representatives, CALHN- medical