Time to catch the brain bus to learn from pain educators. Lorimer Moseley and Karim Khan.


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Have you ever felt frustrated that research doesn’t get into the public domain? It’s stuck in journals, on shelves. But Lorimer is tackling that head on with community based engagement in his characteristic quirky way. Listen to the story of the ‘Pain Revolution’ – a movement that engages local communities by having trained pain educators share contemporary pain science in accessible ways. Ignore the massive bike ride that Lorimer and friends undertake to spread the message and raise the funds (for now!). Listen to the story that underpins ‘Tame the Beast’ and watch it. Share it widely. Part 2 next week! Professor Lorimer Moseley (PT, PhD) is Chair of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia and a professor of Clinical Neurosciences. people.unisa.edu.au/lorimer.moseley He combines Oxford rigour with a laconic and very popular Australian style of communication. You can find his patient website ‘Tame the Beast’ here: www.tamethebeast.org/#home You can find his academic/health professional website ‘Body in Mind’ here:www.bodyinmind.org/ Lorimer’s 2014 BJSM podcast was on tendons. Still worth listening to. It has had 20K listens:ow.ly/5OGN30gkaD7.

The 2017 podcast on pain was on pain (some overlap): http://ow.ly/XgNi30kaQax

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