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Everybody hurts (sometimes): chronic and persistent pain by Kath Cooke


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Kathleen Cooke is an anaesthetist and pain specialist who works predominately with children. She also works for SKiP (Support Kids in Pain), Australia’s only not-for-profit organisation that offers free community-based pain management for children and their families. You’ll find a number of invaluable resources on their website.

Given that 1 in 5 kids will get chronic or persistent pain during their childhood it might be worth watching her talk…

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