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Veteran and Family Well-Being Series

Chronic Pain Management

Registration is now open for the Spring 2022 Veteran and Family Well-Being Series. Targeting a broad audience of Veterans, their families, case managers, and health care professionals, the series will be accessible in both English and French.

Learn more about the Chronic Pain Management Symposium.
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The Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence for Canadian Veterans was established to conduct research and help improve the well-being of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Veterans, and their families, suffering from chronic pain. Funded by Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC), the not-for-profit organization is working to improve the ability to treat pain with evidence-based recommendations.

Ongoing research includes the effectiveness of cannabis in managing chronic pain, the impact of sex/gender on pain experience and the response to therapy, and the effectiveness of virtual care.The aim of the series is to provide education on the evolution of pain management and current best practices in evidence-based interdisciplinary care. Targeting a broad audience of Veterans, their families, case managers, and health care professionals the series will be accessible in both English and French. The series will be uploaded to our website shortly after completion.
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Veteran and Family Well-Being Series
Registration Open
June 1, 2022
From
1200 – 1300 EST

Chronic Pain, Mindfulness & Neuroplasticity + Yoga as a Therapeutic Intervention

On June 1 we will explore two alternative methods of care that contribute to chronic pain management. This session will begin with a discussion of the positive benefits that Mindfulness contributes to pain management by Dr. Gregory Hariton. Next, we will have Neil Pearson with Veteran partner Dawn Herniman as they explore evidence-based research surrounding the impact of yoga in pain management.
Veteran and Family Well-Being Series
Registration Open
June 14, 2022
From
1200 – 1300 EST

Psychedelics: History & Evidence-Based Research

There has been much reported in media lately about the impact of psilocybin (mushrooms) and MDMA (ecstasy) for mental health and pain. The session will explore the history of the drugs and discuss existing evidence-based research on their recommended use.

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