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Welcome Anne Marie Pinard to the Scientific Advisory Board!
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Canadian Military Veterans Complete Hike to Bring Awareness to Chronic Pain

Seven military Veterans living with chronic pain from across Canada completed the first-ever Military Veterans Alpine Challenge (Alpine Challenge) – a seven-kilometre hike accessed by helicopter that took place in Whistler, British Columbia on Saturday, August 27. The event was organized by the Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence for Canadian Veterans (CPCoE) to bring awareness to Veteran chronic pain and help participating Veterans set goals while managing their chronic pain.
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DR., MAJOR (RETIRED) LUC J. HÉBERT JOINS THE CHRONIC PAIN CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR CANADIAN VETERANS AS DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS

The Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence for Canadian Veterans (CPCoE) has appointed Dr., Major (Retired) Luc J. Hébert as the new Director of Research Partnerships and as the new Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board as of July 1, 2022.
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General (Retired) Walter Natynczyk to Join the Board of Directors at the Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence for Canadian Veterans

The Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence for Canadian Veterans (CPCoE) is excited to announce that the former Deputy Minister of Veterans Affairs Canada, General (Retired) Walt Natynczyk, will be joining the Board of Directors as of August 2, 2022
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East Meets West in Therapeutic Approaches to the Management of Chronic Pain

Eleni G. Hapidou, partner with the CPCoE wrote a perspective article in the International Journal of Yoga. The purpose of this perspective article was to compare and contrast psychological practices such as mindfulness mediation, relaxation response (RR) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with Yoga in the management of chronic pain.
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