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Adapting pain science education across the lifespan

Adapting pain science education across the lifespan

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Adapting pain science education across the lifespan

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We are super excited to welcome Dr Hayley Leake to Le Pub.

Young , old, or in-between, people challenged by chronic pain express a desire to understand what is going on. Pain education provides a space to explore their questions, and Hayley has been researching ways to optimise the content and delivery of pain education.

Hayley will be sharing:

  • An overview of the impact of chronic pain across the lifespan – from adolescence, to young adults, and into older adulthood
  • Which pain education concepts do experts suggest we should teach adolescents with chronic pain?
  • Results from a co-design project with adolescents with chronic pain, adapting pain education concepts to social media
  • An exploration into how young adults make sense of the biology of chronic pain
  • What do adults who have recovered from chronic pain value learning about pain science?

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  • London - Friday, 17 June 2022, 09.00 - 11.00
  • Amsterdam - Friday, 17 June 2022, 10.00 - 12.00
  • Brisbane - Friday, 17 June 2022, 17.30 - 19.30

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Dr. Hayley Leake

Hayley Leake is currently a researcher at the University of South Australia. She qualified as a physiotherapist in 2013 and after working clinically for 5 years, returned to complete her PhD under the supervision of Prof Lorimer Moseley, A/Prof Tasha Stanton, and Dr. Lauren Heathcote (Kings College, London). Her PhD explored how to optimise pain science education across the lifespan. She recently worked clinically on a large randomised controlled trial testing a pain science education intervention for adults with chronic low back (RESOLVE) at Neuroscience Research Australia in Sydney. Amongst her current research projects Hayley is co-designing a social media campaign for pain science education with youth. Hayley is on the scientific programming committee of the Australian Pain Society (APS), the communications committee of Pain in Child Health (PICH) and a member of the pain education platform One Thing

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