Join us for a webinar on 18th May 2021 at 3pm AEST
This webinar will briefly discuss a number of persistent pain focussed interventions that WorkSafe Victoria have engaged with and have undergone formal evaluation. While none could reasonably be said to be early interventions, the evaluations have revealed more reasons and some very acceptable methods for inching towards earlier interventions. The following will be discussed:
Dr Anne Daly is an APA titled musculoskeletal and pain physiotherapist and is currently a Registrar of the College of Physiotherapists in the inaugural pain specialisation cohort.
Anne worked for 25 years in the Physiotherapy department of the Austin Hospital where she was the head of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy for 15 years. She was also the senior physiotherapist in the Austin Health Interdisciplinary Complex Pain Service for many of those years.
Anne’s research has centred on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and she has a number of publications on this topic. She also has a keen interest in patient reported outcome and experience measures and represented the Australian Pain Society on the electronic persistent pain outcomes collaboration (ePPOC) Management Advisory Group from its inception until 2019. Anne’s current interests include Project ECHO, a world-wide telementoring program which aims to demonopolise healthcare knowledge by giving it away for free, with the ultimate aim of improving healthcare outcomes for all. In February 2020, Anne was part of the launch of the first Australian adult persistent pain ECHO.
Anne currently works within a small private multidisciplinary pain group “The PainCare Collective”, she also provides group-based mentoring to private physiotherapy practices, as well as being a clinical consultant to WorkSafe Victoria and the Transport Accident Commission. Anne is an active member of the APA, the Australian Pain Society and she is engaged in a number of national and state steering groups related to persistent pain.
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