This program consists of seven 90-minute webinar sessions, conducted over a 2-3 month timeframe. In each session, you will explore specific strategies on how to manage patients experiencing chronic pain effectively.
Participants will receive a certificate of completion, recognising 28 hours of professional development if all attendance and homework requirements are met.
This program is run entirely online, making it accessible to all health professionals across both rural and suburban Australia and overseas.
|Delivery mode:||Online over seven sessions.|
|Price:||Members of the public: $770 AUD (incl. GST)
Sydney Medical School Pain Management alumni: $700 AUD (incl. GST)
|Registration:||Register and pay online via credit card or
email email@example.com to be invoiced.
|1||Patient assessment and case formulation|
|2||Explaining case formulation to the patient|
|3||Identifying SMART goals and using motivational interviewing|
|4||Employing self-management skills and developing a treatment plan|
|5||Reinforcing treatment program and maintenance strategies - part one|
|6||Reinforcing treatment program and maintenance strategies - part tow|
|7||Integration of CBT skills
We are running four series during 2019. If you wish to register for a series, please check that you can attend all seven dates.
6:00 - 7.30pm AEST
|1||Thu 28 February|
|2||Thu 7 March|
|3||Thu 14 March|
|4||Thu 21 March|
|5||Thu 28 March|
|6||Thu 4 April|
|7||Thu 2 May|
5.30 - 7.30pm AEST
|1||Tue 7 May|
|2||Tue 21 May|
|3||Tue 4 June|
|4||Tue 18 June|
|5||Tue 2 July|
|6||Tue 16 July|
|7||Tue 13 August|
6.30 - 8.00pm AEST
|1||Wed 17 July|
|2||Wed 24 July|
|3||Wed 31 July|
|4||Wed 7 August|
|5||Wed 14 August|
|6||Wed 21 August|
|7||Wed 18 September|
7.00 - 8.30pm AEST
|1||Thu 5 September|
|2||Thu 12 September|
|3||Thu 19 September|
|4||Thu 26 September|
|5||Thu 3 October|
|6||Thu 10 October|
|7||Thu 7 November|
The webinar skills training consists of four basic steps:
You are expected to use the skills covered with your patients between sessions, culminating in a case presentation in the final session. These tasks are designed to give you an opportunity to practise and reflect on the skills you explored in each session.
All participants receive:
Follow-up email discussions with the facilitators, if necessary, are also available.