The Canadian Pain Coalition is a Partnership of pain consumer groups, health professionals who care for people in pain, and scientists studying better ways of treating pain. This partnership began in May 2002 as an initiative of the Canadian Pain Society, which remains an active partner.
Our Purpose is to promote sustained improvement in the treatment of all types of pain through:
- Developing educational programs for the public
- Informing government about the needs of the pain community
- Increasing media coverage of pain
Media Clips - Overcome Pain - Live Well Again
Neil Pearson, MSc, BScPT, BA-BPHE, Cert MDT, CYT, 2007
Making Morning News - Easing the heartache of cardiac pain
February 26, 2015 » Online
CPC update – Feb. 26, 2015, Dr. Michael McGillion informs about the impact of cardiac pain and the useful online resource patients and HCPs can access for credible - and interactive - information...
Pain Pathways Poster
February 10, 2015 » Online
Pain Pathways Poster - From Acute to Chronic Pain
National CME program on cannabinoids in clinical practice
January 15, 2015 » Online
Dear CPC clinical members, colleagues and friends, CPC wishes to inform you about a National CME program on cannabinoids in clinical practice developed by Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids...
Author Anna Raymann Series on Coping With Chronic Pain
January 8, 2015 » Online
Author Anna Raymann Announces Release of International Bestselling Series on Coping With Chronic Pain in English — Chronic pain conditions don't just affect the person suffering from them, but also their...