Enabling Self-management and Coping
with Arthritic Pain using Exercise

 

ESCAPE-pain is a rehabilitation programme for people with chronic joint pain, that integrates educational self-management and coping strategies with an exercise regimen individualised for each participant. It helps people understand their condition, teaches them simple things they can help themselves with, and takes them through a progressive exercise programme so they learn how to cope with pain better. 

Robust evaluation shows that ESCAPE-pain:

Contact us by email at hello@escape-pain.org for more information. 


 

The Health Innovation Network are seeking people across the UK to train ESCAPE-pain facilitators in their local region.

Pay:  £18.84 per hour

Duration: Ongoing

Hours: Ad-hoc (M-F)

Location: Locations across the UK

Desired: HCPC registration 

Closing date: March 7, 2018

 

ESCAPE-pain is a rehabilitation programme for people with chronic joint pain that integrates educational self-management and coping strategies with an exercise regimen. It helps people understand their condition, teaches them simple things they can help themselves with, and then takes them through a progressive exercise programme so they learn how to cope with pain better.

ESCAPE-pain can be delivered by physiotherapists, exercise instructors or other health professionals in a wide range of settings including hospital outpatients departments and leisure/community spaces. 

The programme is increasingly being adopted by NHS physiotherapy departments and in the leisure/community sector, and sanctioned by NICE, NHS Innovation Accelerator, Royal Society of Public Health and British Society of Rheumatology amongst others. 

We are looking to recruit sessional trainers who will join the team at the Health Innovation Network to co-deliver the ESCAPE-pain training course (1 day face to face training) to clinicians and exercise instructors who will then go on to implement the ESCAPE-pain programme in their locality. 

The trainers will be expected to travel to the training venue, assist with set up prior to the course start and be available at the end of the day to answer any remaining questions from participants. 

Desirable qualifications:

Please send your CV and expression of interest to Fay Sibley, fay.sibley@nhs.net 

 

News

We are excited to announce that Professor Mike Hurley has been awarded a Fellowship joining the prestigious 2017 NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) to increase national spread of the ESCAPE-pain programme along with 10 other healthcare innovations. The fellowship will last one year and will be supported by a host of industry and healthcare professionals. You can read the Health Innovation Network's press release here.

 

Please take part in our survey:

As part of our preliminary research efforts to identify new potential settings in which to deliver ESCAPE-pain, we have put together a very short survey of only 6 questions, to try and understand potential user preferences. We would really appreciate it if you could take just 3 minutes to complete it by following this link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ESCAPEpain.

The survey will not ask any personal questions, and will be kept completely anonymous.

 

 

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