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Active Living For Pain – Research Team

The Active Living for Pain research team aims to help adults learn the skills to be more physically active in order to better manage their chronic pain. Despite physical activity being an essential part of chronic pain management, most adults are not regularly active. Through various funding sources (e.g., Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, Community Initiatives […]
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Pain Treatment Planning Questionnaire – Bleeding Disorders

Approximately half of people living with a bleeding disorder such as Hemophilia and von Willebrand Diseases live with chronic pain and rely on the bleeding disorder treatment program clinicians for advice on pain management. In collaboration with the Saskatchewan Bleeding Disorder Clinicians and patients, Dr. Susan Tupper and team developed a patient-reported questionnaire on pain […]
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Improving Pain in Saskatchewan Study

SaskPain is a supporting organization for The Improving Pain in Saskatchewan (IPSK) research project. The team is in the final phase of their work that began in March 2020 thanks to funding from The Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, Saskatchewan Centre for Patient Oriented Research and Saskatchewan Community Initiatives Fund. Phase 1 included 152 interviews with […]
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Pain Dementia Virtual Reality Research Study

With funding from the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF), the Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CABHI), and the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine, the Pain, Dementia & Virtual Reality Research Team developed 9 brief virtual reality (VR) videos for older adults and people living with dementia. This multidisciplinary team, led by Dr. […]