How Pete Moore got started;
Pete attended the INPUT Pain Management Programme in 1996. From 2002 - 2011 he worked for the Expert Patients Programme as Senior Trainer for Pain and as a Business Development Manager.
He has written several patient/health care professional-led pain self-management programmes, including:
- Pain Toolkit (illustrated)
- Back Pain Toolkit (illustrated)
- Your Pain Toolkit (illustrated)
- My Pain Toolkit (for teenagers and young people)
- Managing your pain, one day at a time
- Persistent Pain Programme
- Pain Handbook for patients (illustrated)
- COPD Handbook (illustrated)
- Managing pain, from the patients prospective
- Self-management for long-term health conditions (illustrated)
Pete authored a simple booklet for people with pain called the Pain Toolkit which was supported by the Department of Health and now used extensively in the UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Since 2009 245,000 copies have been printed and in circulation throughout the UK and download from the website 350,000 times.
They have been translated into Austrian, Arabic, Dutch, French, Norwegian, German, Gujarati, Indonesian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish.
Presenting & coaching
Pete regularly speaks to health care professionals and patient groups here in the UK and Europe about pain self-management and is a regular presenter at the EFIC Pain School (Austria).
He works part time as part of the Patient Advisory Team for the University College London, Imperial College and Leicester University which are conducting research on the role of movements in persistent pain called Emotion & Pain. The study is taking advantage from recent technological developments in the field of computer gaming and aims at record people’s movements using special sensors.
Health Coaching Training Programmes for Clinicians
Pete is a member of the Steering Group for the Health Coaching concept in the East of England. Health Coaching promotes a different type of conversation that transforms and supports the clinician/patient relationship.