Education & mentorship
Find pain education and mentorship programs for healthcare providers.
Thinking Outside the Medicine Cabinet
CADTH completed a series of evidence reviews and appraised the research on the effectiveness of non-pharmacological methods for treatment of chronic, non-cancer pain. Information from these reviews was used to develop patient and clinician resources in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Health Authority. See cadth.ca/chronicpain. Evidence summaries contain practical tips for supporting patients who are exploring these non-drug treatment options.
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Evidence summaries and practical tips
ECHO Chronic Pain
Join an online community of practice for healthcare providers every other Wednesday evening 6:30-8:30 to learn about pain management and discuss solutions for complex case presentations. Healthcare providers of any discipline can present a confidential case and receive advice from multidisciplinary experts in pain management. Sessions are free and attendees receive continuing education (Mainpro+) credits. Funding for Project ECHO Chronic Pain in Saskatchewan was made possible by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Opioid Stewardship Program, Saskatchewan
Prescribers, obtain valuable mentorship on safe opioid prescribing and care for patients with complex pain and opioid use disorder. Email email@example.com for more information.
Graduate studies in pain, online courses, and certificate programs
Below you can explore links to training programs from around the world to build your pain knowledge.