Escape-pain meeting the NICE guidelines for best practice
As a result of rigorous research evidence the programme has been cited in the United Kingdom National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Guidelines for the Management of OA , and adopted as a case study in NICE’s Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) programme, that highlight interventions that improve care quality and productivity based on quality improvements, savings, strength of evidence and ease of implementation .
Dedicated exercise programme to help cope with and self-manage chronic pain conditions
Each class starts with a brief (20 minute) informal discussion around a set theme. This is followed by approximately 40 minutes of a circuit type exercise programme. For free to access all the resources. Each class starts with a themed discussion for about 20 minutes. The first class welcomes people and gives them an overview of what the programme is about and what it will cover. Full schedule of the 12 education classes with the presentations are provided. The exercise programme uses simple, unsophistic...