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Living Well With Pain Consumer Symposium
Tuesday 14 March 2017
From Painaustralia (via email):
Painaustralia - Australian Pain Society Consumer Symposium
Sunday 9 April 2017
University of Adelaide, North Terrace Campus
This year's speakers include a great line-up of talent: Pain Management Specialist Dr Tim Semple, Clinical Consultant Pharmacist Joyce McSwan, Clinical Psychologist Toby Newton-John (University of Technology Sydney) and Physiotherapist Jeannie Burnett.
The symposium will bring the issue of pain management to the forefront for health professionals, consumers, policy makers, funders and other stakeholders in South Australia and nationally.
Ideas will be incorporated into Painaustralia’s advocacy work with governments, funders and health care providers, to help improve access to pain services for all Australians.
We would be grateful if you are able to circulate the attached flyer promoting the event to people you feel will be interested - patients, their families and carers.
If you would like the opportunity to exhibit at the event please email Karina Knight (email@example.com) who is organising the event.
We look forward to hearing from you and having your support to promote the event to people who may be interested.
Please see the attached flyer for detailed information about speakers and registrations.
Download flyer (PDF, 366 KB)
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