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Practical pain management in general practice - things I didn’t know but wish I had Members login for free access About RACGP online events


Type: On-demand
Recorded: 17 Apr 2024


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Practical pain management in general practice - things I didn’t know but wish I had

On-demand recorded 17 Apr 2024

This webinar, presented by GP and pain specialist Dr Rob Park, will discuss practical ideas that you can implement with patients who are experiencing chronic pain. It will cover:

  • Language that you can use to help with patient understanding
  • Pharmacological golden hints
  • The when, why, what and how of pain procedures and injections
  • How to stay afloat when it seems like it’s all going sideways

Learning outcomes

  1. Describe how to classify chronic pain patients into different sub-types
  2. Outline how to use these sub-types to choose the correct therapeutics


Dr Adele Stewart
Chair, RACGP Specific Interests Pain Management and Accredited Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Teacher

Dr Adele Stewart MBBS FRACGP has been a GP for 30 years. Adele has gained Recognition of Extended Skills in Psychological Medicine for Fellows of the RACGP and practices in a trauma sensitive framework. Adele is also a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Teacher and has a special interest in mindfulness-based interventions, complex trauma and the psychological aspects of chronic pain, particularly chronic pelvic pain.


Dr Rob Park
GP and pain specialist

Doctor, writer, educator, leader, lecturer, father, and a terrible gardener. Has an insatiable curiosity into patient stories, diagnostic dilemmas and complex clinical presentations. Completed dual fellowships in General Practice and Pain Management. Formerly the National Assessment Advisor for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Member of the QLD Faculty of Pain Medicine Committee and the Faculty of Pain Medicine Learning and Teaching Committee. Currently chairing a working group to consider re-design of assessment processes. Examiner for RACGP writing AKT, KFP and Clinical exam questions and examining. Completing a master's degree in digital health.

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