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Partner in your care
LivePlanBe+ is a chronic pain self-management program (english language) that will improve your well-being.
Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur, 2022/11/11
Partner in your careLength 00:05:00
Psychology can also help...
Living with chronic pain on a daily basis involves experiencing strong, negative emotions that can be difficult to shake off. These emotions affect the daily life and quality of life of chronic pain patients. This brochure addresses this issue and highlights the benefits of psychological techniques in managing chronic pain
Reference: Équipe du Programme ACCORD
Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur, 2022/10/26
Partner in your care
Taking action is an eight-week self-management program for individuals living with chronic pain. The self-paced lessons support learners in adopting strategies to manage pain daily and prevent flare-ups. For a more pleasant experience, write down the numbers of the lessons you've taken to easily connect to the following the next time you log in.
Reference: Pascale Marier-Deschênes
Proposed by: , 2022/11/11
Partner in your careLength 00:03:00
Pain management is a team matter
Text on the fact that pain is a biopsychosocial phenomenon and also addressing the fact that the optimal treatment should not be only the usual medical treatment but be more inclusive and be integrative.
Reference: Moreau, Marie-Eve.
Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur. Erwan Leclair, 2020/11/17,
Partner in your careLength 00:05:29
Testimony of Ginette Ladouceur
Inform myself, Integrate
In this video, Ginette Ladouceur explains her long and difficult journey with persistent pain. She also explains how integrating pain management strategies into her daily life has changed her life.
Reference: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur.
Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/23