Projects and activities

Our key strategic aims for the next three years are:

  • To have an integrated and consistently adopted regional delivery model of the pain pathway that utilises WHO ICD-11 diagnostic criteria and multidisciplinary triage practices.
  • To create and test one or more regional chronic pain information resource centres that deliver timely, evidence-based information and support for people with chronic pain, and for health and social care professionals.
  • To conduct and collate research that informs evidence-based practice, for the benefit of those with chronic pain.
  • To bring together HIT members’ clinical, education and research activities, making them available to each other and using them to influence commissioners and policy makers.

Further information is available in our strategy document and 2020-2021 work plan.


Current projects

Our Chronic Pain HIT members are involved in a wide range of projects. Please contact us for help and information about current work.

We are also developing a central repository of this information, which we will include as a link to this website as soon as it is available.

Previous projects include

We also run stakeholder engagement workshops. Please see below for a video summary of the workshop that took place in November 2020.

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