Chronic Pain

Introduction


Pain related to cancer can affect you both physically and emotionally. Pain can affect healing and cause fatigue, loss of appetite and problems sleeping. Dealing with pain also takes energy that you need to fight disease and carry out normal daily activities.

Resources


About Pain for children

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Chronic Non-Cancer Pain

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Pain

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What is Chronic Pain?

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Documents


2017 Canadian Opioid Prescribing Guideline – Summary of Recommendations

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Chronic Pain Among Seniors

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It is guidance on psychological treatments for pain (particularly in seniors)

Medical Cannabinoids patient Handout (simple version)

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Medical Cannabinoids tri-fold handout

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Non-Medical Cannabis Resource: Ontario

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It is important to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment that allows for open dialogue. Counsel patients that use non-medical cannabis on harm reduction techniques and potential risk factors.

Pain BC Toolbox

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