Chronic Pain Management in Primary Care (72)

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Abstract

The Scottish Chronic Pain model outlines the vital role of primary and community care in the management of those with chronic pain. The aim of chronic pain management within these sectors is to improve self care, health, functional ability, and to enhance a sense of living well with ongoing pain. These aims cannot be achieved without a focus upon supported self-management of pain and increasing a sense of self-efficacy and confidence in service-users to manage ongoing pain more effectively.

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Acute / All Inpatient
Board Wide
All Primary Care

Last reviewed: 17 August 2018

Next review: 30 September 2022

Author(s): Colin Rae

Version: 3

Author Email(s): [email protected]

Approved By: Medicines Utilisation Subcommittee of ADTC

Document Id: 72