Volunteers wanted to review draft toolkit for employees with chronic or persistent pain at work

October 20th, 2020

The School of Health Sciences is inviting colleagues from across the University who experience chronic or persistent pain (defined as pain which lasts for more than 3 months) to review a draft toolkit and complete a short evaluation questionnaire to provide feedback.

The toolkit is called PAW (Pain at Work) toolkit.

It is an online digital toolkit designed to support employees at work who have chronic or persistent pain. It will be an open access, free, online resource, offering information and advice.

This activity is part of the development process and any responses will tell us more about the usefulness of this toolkit and inform any revisions.

You can see the current version of the toolkit here.

Complete the short questionnaire here by Sunday 15 November 2020. 

This work is funded by STEMM-CHANGE at the University of Nottingham, which is all about promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

For any queries, please contact Holly Blake.

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