ESCAPE-pain can be delivered in a variety of settings from clinical to leisure and community by fitness instructors or clinicians. Read the case studies and watch the video interviews with providers to understand why they decided to implement the ESCAPE-pain programme.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is the local health board of NHS Wales for Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan which serves a population of roughly 445,000 people. Flick through the written case study and/or watch the video to learn why/how Cardiff and Vale adopted the ESCAPE-pain programme.
Everybody Health and Leisure is a health and leisure charity based in Cheshire East that improves people’s lives through physical activity and healthy recreation. Flick through the written case study and/or watch the video to learn why/how Everybody Health and Leisure adopted the ESCAPE-pain programme.
Healthiness Ltd is a not-for-profit social enterprise in inner city Liverpool that provides physical activity and health education programmes to adults with health conditions. Flick through the written case study and/or watch the video to learn why/how Healthiness adopted the ESCAPE-pain programme.
Newport Health Centre is part of the Central West Primary Care Network (PCN) on the Isle of Wight. Flick through the written case study and/or watch the video to learn why/how the PCN adopted the ESCAPE-pain programme.
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (BNSSG CCG) deliver healthcare services for more than one million people. BNSSG CCG saw that ESCAPE-pain is a nationally recognised programme that could help people living with osteoarthritis self manage their condition and improve their quality of life. Another driving force in commissioning the programme was that ESCAPE-pain could be delivered outside of hospitals through local community and leisure centres, fulfilling an important aim of the NHS Long Term plan.