Briefing paper

Power through knowledge: patient education and self-management keys to successfully managing chronic pain

7 Dec 2017
DOI: 
10.4225/50/5a28bc18a3325
Description

Affecting one in five Australian adults and children and one in three people aged over the age of 65, chronic pain (ongoing or recurrent pain that continues beyond three months or the expected time for healing) is an important policy issue due to its significant economic and social cost. This Evidence Brief proposes six actions the Australian government should focus on as part of a long-term national strategy to reduce Australia’s pain burden on the economy, on productivity and on those who live with pain and their families. 

Publication Details
Identifiers: 
DOI
10.4225/50/5a28bc18a3325
Publication Place: 
Canberra
Series Title: 
Deeble Institute Evidence Brief
Series Volume/No.: 
17
Language: 
License Type: 
All Rights Reserved

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