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As Veterans transition from military to civilian life, they are often referred to interdisciplinary and/or other programs for chronic pain management. Prior to entering, as they enter, and on discharge from, these programs, Veterans are often presented with self-education tools to help understand, track, and manage their chronic pain.
While we know these self-education tools exist, it is unknown to what extent self-education is effective, or what aspects of self-education may be useful, in helping Veterans manage their chronic pain. This research project is aimed at studying the effectiveness and most successful features of evidence-based self-education for Veterans managing chronic pain. This will be a one-year research project.
The total funding available for this one-year research project is $120,000 CAD.
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