Australian Pain Management Research Review
RCAA is partnering with the Rehabilitation Research Review in Australia to provide allied health practitioners, including Rehabilitation Counsellors, up to date research summaries to support their evidence based practice. Each issue of the Australian Pain Management Research Review features peer reviewed articles from global pain management journals with independent commentary by Dr Tim Ho, who is a rehabilitation and pain specialist at
Inner West Pain Centre. Tim also works in work capacity centre and addiction medicine.
His interests are chronic musculoskeletal pain, neuropathic pain, visceral pain and headache.
His research interests are management of comorbid chronic pain and addiction, return-to-work
programmes, osseointegration and nursing home resident pain management. The Review cover topics such as cardiac rehabilitation, stroke rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation, respiratory rehabilitation, brain injury, cancer, geriatrics and orthopaedics.
View back issues of Pain Management Research Review publications here. Research Review publications are free to receive for all Australian health professionals. The latest issues of the pain management research review are below.
RCAA Members can claim CPD points for time spent reading these Reviews.
CPD Policy (extract): "One (1) hour of CPD is equivalent to one (1) CPD point. Fifteen or more (15+) hours of core (externally organised) activities AND up to ten (10) hours of elective (self-directed) activities OR up to ten (10) hours of supervision and/or mentoring, can be counted each year toward a member’s CPD".