Tag Archives: British Pain Society

UK Pain Prevalence Rates (BBC News / BMJ Open)

Summary A meta-analysis of 19 studies published in BMJ Open suggests that approximately 28 million (43%) people in the UK may be living with chronic pain from conditions such as arthritis; this is almost triple the number expected previously. This … Continue reading

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National Pain Audit 2010/12: Final Report (Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership)

Summary This National Audit of Pain Services collected detailed data on pain services in England and Wales. The audit was funded by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) and performed in partnership with the British Pain Society and Dr Foster … Continue reading

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