The Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability Webinar Series

Upcoming Educational Webinars

Exercise Management for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – The Evidence and Current Approaches
Suzanne Broadbent PhD - Senior Lecturer, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Southern Cross University

Dr. Broadbent will provide an over view of exercise management for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and discuss current research describing the most effective types of exercise practices to use.

DATE: August 23, 2016 - 4:00pm PDT / 7:00pm EDT

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The Role of Healthcare Providers in Return to Work After Injury
Agnieszka Kosny PhD - Scientist, Institute for Work & Health

Dr. Agnieszka Kosny will discuss current research about the role that healthcare providers play in return to work after an injury and how to improve communication to improve outcomes.

DATE: September 14, 2016 – 9:30am PDT / 12:30am EDT

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Pain-related Distress: Recognition and Appropriate Interventions
Tamar Pincus PhD - Professor in Health Psychology, Royal Holloway, University of London

Many people who live with chronic pain report that they also suffer from low mood, irritability, and withdrawal from activities and relationships. Dr. Tamar Pincus will discuss new research which helps distinguish whether these behaviours are based in depression or pain-related distress.

DATE: September 20, 2016 – 8:30am PDT / 11:00am EDT / 4:30pm UK

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Webinar Recordings

· Targeting Pain and Prescription Opioid Misuse with Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE)

· The Be Well at Work Program: Managing Depression, Absenteeism, and Presenteeism in the Workplace

· Keeping the Boom(ers) in the Labour Market: Can Existing Workplace Policies and Accommodations make a Difference?

· Can Wearables Support People with Arthritis to be Physically Active?

· Cognitive Behavioural Insomnia Therapy in those with Chronic Pain

· Functional Measures for Assessing and Managing People with Chronic Pain

· Demonstrating the Value of Wellness Programs in the Workplace

· Using Technology to Increase Access to Pain Management

Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability, 204 – 916 West Broadway Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Z 1K7 Canada

Tel: 604 684-4148, North American 800-872-3105 Fax: 604 684-6247

www.cirpd.org

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