Presenting My Pain Management Story and Vision at the Murray City Coast Country GP Training

By |2021-12-18T12:38:24+11:00December 3rd, 2021|Advocacy, Blog, Events, Pain Train|

It was wonderful sharing my story and vision at the Murray City Coast Country GP Training. AND especially presenting on a stage and in actual physical life to 50 general practitioners (GPs) who [...]

Presenting at the Murray City Country Coast GP Training Event

By |2021-11-26T13:12:47+11:00November 26th, 2021|Advocacy, Events, Learn, Professional Resources|

There are no formal qualifications for someone living with chronic pain but patients are considered 'patient experts' and our lived experience is very much valued. I've been invited to several seminars and training sessions relating to chronic pain over the course of my 14-year experience. It's of great significance for me to be able to use the lived experience – no other value for it really!

Rosemary McKenzie Ferguson, Australian Injured Worker and founder of Craig’s Table takes top 2021 Comp Laude® Award

By |2021-11-13T11:21:40+11:00November 13th, 2021|system, Work / System, Workcover|

Virtual Ceremony Reveals 2021 Comp Laude® Award Winners My beautiful friend Rosemary McKenzie Ferguson, so deserving of your tireless efforts for Australian Injured Workers. The sky is the limit now! Australia, might [...]

A (fantabulous) Chat with (the fantabulous) Joletta Belton

By |2021-06-01T16:15:29+10:00June 1st, 2021|Advocacy, Learn, Online, Personal resources|

How I love mycuppajo – the wonderfully beaming human officially known as Joletta Belton. I was introduced to Joletta's blog by a mutual friend, Dr John Quintner (pain educator for Arthritis & Osteoporosis WA and retired pain physician). Jo's experience (science and creativity) makes her documentation about the complex lived experience real, interesting and easy to understand. It's so easy to relate to Jo. Jo and I also share the added frustrating experience of being an 'injured worker' and having to 'defend' our injuries to unjust workers' compensation systems. Reading Jo's blogs and following her tweets makes me feel I'm walking right beside her, sharing in her extraordinary network of advocates, practitioners, professionals, organisations and of course, kindred spirits. Her advocacy and achievements are extraordinary – she is a force driving change throughout the world of chronic pain. I'm so happy to be able to chat with Jo and deliver this video to you all. I know it will be inspiring, energising and informing. I also know that much of the way through you will have beaming smiles on your faces. It's just impossible to speak with Jo and not smile! Jo provided the below resources which we touch on through the chat. You can (and should!) subscribe to mycuppajo.com and also follow Jo via Twitter @MyCuppaJo

In this video Joletta and chat about:

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