Chronic Malignant Pain

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Lilly Pain Masterclass 2012: “Chronic pain, a disease in its own right?”

The following presentations were recorded at the Lilly Pain Masterclass 2012 held on 22nd November 2012.

This meeting was sponsored and organised by Eli Lilly & Co Ltd.

Inside of brain and human body

Standalone Modules from Cardiff University

Cardiff University - main building

Foundation in Primary Care Pain Management Module

Foundation in Primary Care Pain Management Module

Cardiff University are now enrolling for the 12 week, e-Learning Foundation in Primary Care Pain Management Module. This is a Level 7 course aimed at health professionals who are working full or part time in primary and community care settings. It can be studied as a stand alone module or can lead into further community and primary care courses.

Pain Management (MSc/PgDip/PgCert)

The Master of Science (MSc) Degree in Pain Management, from Cardiff University, is an interprofessional, distance /e-Learning course intended for health care professionals who want to specialise in the field of pain management. It is also aimed at educationalists to provide the appropriate knowledge and expertise on pain to teach others from various disciplines.

The course is designed to achieve the following learning outcomes:

Foundation in Primary Care Pain Management (Stand alone 20 credit module)

This module, from Cardiff University, aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills that are required to be able to evidence the competencies required for the ‘Special Interest’ title within their profession. It also is appropriate for community and primary health care professionals who want to advance their pain knowledge.


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