Resources for Clients & Physicians
This page provides access to articles,
and multimedia files that will be of interest to patients
and practitioners dealing with chronic pain.
The majority of document files are 'pdf'
files. You will require Adobe
Acrobat Reader, to view them. This reader is provided
by Adobe at no charge and is a very useful program for
viewing documents on the web. You can use the 'save'
function to save files from this site to your hard-drive.
All files have been scanned and are free of viruses.
Simply click on the file that you are interested in
and, on most systems, it will download automatically.
Some of the articles are large and might take some time
to download to your system.
- Depression in the Chronic Pain Patient in Pain Care, 2007;Volume 7(2)
review of outpatient services for chronic pain control,
Henry J. McQuay et al [pdf]
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario's report
on Chronic Pain Management
of Opioid Analgesics for the Treatment of Chronic
Noncancer Pain - A Consensus Statement and Guidelines
from the Canadian Pain Society
- Battling Chronic Non-Cancer Pain-The Canadian Journal of CME-by Dr. Jeff Ennis (October 2004) [pdf]
- Time Magazine Cover Story: Pain-by Claudia Wallis (Move curser over image until a box appears with arrows. Click on the box and the article will expand to fill the viewing window)
Management Programmes for Chronic, Persistent, or
Long lasting Pain, Australian Pain Society [pdf]
of the Chair of the Chronic Pain Panels, OWSIB
Pain Primer [pdf]
- Interview on CHCH News June 8th, 2007
[This video file requires a 'Flash' player]
Practical Aspects of Opioid Therapy for Chronic Non-Cancer
- Articles and
- Toronto Star article - It's a real pain
- Hamilton Spectator-"Chronic Pain Keeps Hurting" [pdf]
Post article on the program [pdf]
Joseph's newsletter article on the program [pdf]
of Dr. Ennis in Hamilton Spectator [pdf]
Allen J. Wynperle newsletter article on the program
Hospital News: Canada's Health Care Newspaper, March 2005
- Hamilton Spectator
killers more help than risk of addiction [pdf]
more help than risk of addiction
pain is emotional as well as physical [pdf]
pain is emotional as well as physical
this world a better place in the face of evil
guns' have no place in the courtroom
symbolizes inability to feel others' pain
Viewer 97 for PowerPoint 97, 2000, and 2002 Users.
This free download is for users who don't have Microsoft
PowerPoint®; it allows them to view PowerPoint 95,
97, 2000, and 2002 presentations.
*Adobe Flash Player
This free download is required to play flash video material from this website.
Academy of Pain Management
Canadian Pain Society
Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
Foundation for the Treatment of Pain
North American Chronic Pain Association of Canada
Pain Journals at Pain.com
Research & Management Official Journal of the
Canadian Pain Society
Pain Society British Chapter of the International
Association for the Study of Pain
of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (CPSA)
- St. Joseph's Heathcare Hamilton: St. Joseph's Hospital
- St. Josephs Healthcare Hamilton: Centre for Ambulatory Health Services
- East End Multidisciplinary Pain Management Program