@JaneStreetPPAD @DrPeterILVES Do you think we need to use other terms like patient engagement/involvement. They're not used by most people

@butlerceri I haven't been there since 1988. I think they filmed Carry on follow that camel and Dunkirk there in the past 🎬

#apasymposium @physiosonline shares top 10 list to improve your business - #doyourhomework pic.twitter.com/sgjVb3qIzC

VIDEO: See what the boss had to say when he faced the media ahead of Saturday's game arsn.al/N4Ejsr'>arsn.al/N4Ejsr #AFCvBFC pic.twitter.com/zavAKY2Cz2

@butlerceri Eck...😳 I can now just imagine you weekend coming up.

@butlerceri Have fond memories of Camber. Slept there on the beach when a teenager, and also stayed in the Pontins there once 😏

@butlerceri Nothing like a bit of bonding Ceri πŸ˜ƒ

Many benefits of eating #Dark #chocolate #Health #tips pic.twitter.com/ZZqE67MqCM

@butlerceri Are you in Kent as well?

@butlerceri I'm off to Ashford, Kent later to be part of another pain in the community run by Kent Pain Team.

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Pain & Depression

Posted by Pete Moore, Author on 10/22/14

​it’s quite common that if you have pain, it’s also common to experience depression....

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Welcome to the Pain Toolkit

For people who live with persistent pain

A persistent pain problem can be difficult to understand and manage on an everyday basis. This Pain Toolkit website has been developed from the Pain Toolkit, a simple information booklet that provides you with handy tips and skills to support you along the way to managing your pain.

It is not meant to be the last word in pain self-management but a handy guide to help you get started - all you need to be is willing to read and use it and take on board some of the suggestions.

These tools have helped many people and could also help you too!

Pete Moore, who has persistent pain, asthma and osteoarthritis, has put these tools together with the help of friends, family and health care professionals - special acknowledgement to Bradford Pain Rehabilitation Programme team & NHS Kirklees PCT.

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Pain Toolkit Workshops for Patients & Professionals

We offer many different workshops across the UK and rest of the world which are aimed towards educating both patients and professionals how to self manage pain and live a normal life.

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Your dedicated team of Pain Management professionals

The Pain Toolkit concept originated back in 2002 when Pete Moore was writing a self management article for pain health care professionals in Europe. Living with pain himself, he recognised while writing his article, that he had developed a toolkit of pain management skills to enable himself to become an active self manager and to lead a better life.

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