alexa TelePain: A Community of Practice for Pain Management

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TelePain: A Community of Practice for Pain Management

Comprehensive pain management services are primarily located in urban areas, limiting specialist consultation opportunities for community healthcare providers. A community of practice (CoP) for pain management could create opportunities for consultation by establishing professional relationships between community healthcare providers and pain management specialists. A CoP is a group of people with a common concern, set of problems, or a passion for something they do. Members of a CoP for pain management increase their knowledge of evidence-based pain management strategies in a way that is meaningful and relevant. In this article, we provide evidence that TelePain, an interdisciplinary, case-based pain management teleconference consultation program through the University of Washington, qualifies as a CoP and present preliminary evidence of TelePain's effectiveness as a CoP for pain management.


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Meins AR, Doorenbos AZ, Eaton L, Gordon D, Theodore B, Tauben D (2015) TelePain: A Community of Practice for Pain Management. J Pain Relief 4:177
 
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