Painaustralia believes it is vital the public and those personally affected by pain have a strong voice in our policy, submissions, campaigns and key activities.
Here you will find current calls from Painaustralia for consumer input.
Painaustralia believes it is vital the public and those personally affected by pain have a strong voice in our policy, submissions, campaigns and key activities. We are always looking for more consumers to join our broad network, your input is pivotal to our work. If you would like to participate, please follow the link below:
Painaustralia is currently collecting responses regarding the Draft NSW Cannabis Medicines Prescribing Guidance Documents.
While the documents are aimed at the medical community, consumers are also welcome to share their thoughts with us if they wish.
Please click here to read the guidelines.
Please click here to take the survey.
The Language Guidelines for Chronic Pain Management are in their final revision following extensive feedback from people living with pain and those working in the sector.
The Guidelines aim to help media, consumers, health care providers, government, other industry stakeholders and the general community to use accurate and sensitive language when discussing chronic pain and those who live with it.
Closed Painaustralia surveys:
The Therapeutic Goods Administration was seeking input on a proposal to introduce a Unique Device Identification (UDI) system for medical devices in Australia. Painaustralia gathered consumer opinions of the UDI proposal as well as thoughts on medical devices in general to guide Painaustralia's submission. February, 2019