After years of advocating together online, the two were finally able to meet and speak face to face - even enjoy a long lunch!
Chronic pain resources A summary of online and accessible initiatives and resources Purpose of this resource This resource aims to improve awareness among Primary Health Networks (PHNs) of current online and accessible chronic pain initiatives and resources relevant to primary care in Australia. The information in this resource may be used by PHNs: • [...]
Resorting to PainTrain through her spinal cord stimulation trial, Soula wanted to predominately keep her history together and to also document the information once, storing it in a safe place.
We are thrilled that PainTrain – My Health Summary has been shortlisted for a significant Australian design award. Established by the Victorian Government in 1996 as the Victorian Design Awards, the Victorian Premier’s Design Awards recognise and reward Victorian designers and businesses that display excellence in the way they use design. The awards provide an opportunity [...]
Soula is an event in the spotlight. GP’s, we hope to see you at GPADD18 (Article from RACGP June newsletter) Events in the spotlight GPADD18 Conference: Saturday and Sunday 4–5 August 2018 The RACGP Victoria Drug and Alcohol Committee invite you to attend the 2018 conference, GPADD18 – Dealing with Addiction. This conference will address some of the most [...]
(Posted by Soula, 16 June 2018) I had a GP appointment yesterday. I updated my PainTrain health summary and emailed my private access link to the medical centre so they could forward it to my doctor. On the way in, I remembered that I needed to check if my pain specialist’s referral was out of [...]
In the upcoming GPADD18 conference, Soula will draw on her communication skills as well as her 11 year patient experience and talk about chronic pain’s perception, and also present her pain management resources. Using her personal chronic pain experience and her creative skills as an artist and graphic designer, Soula created pudendalnerve.com.au where she documents [...]