Painful transitions: Young people’s experiences of living with persistent pain, their interactions with health services and their needs and preferences for pain management including digital technologies.
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This report seeks to inform Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria, Arthritis and Osteoporosis Western Australia and other relevant agencies about the experiences of 16-24 year old Australians with persistent musculoskeletal pain, and their needs and preferred modes of delivery for pain management services with a focus on digital technologies. This report represents a collaborative initiative between Arthritis and Osteoporosis Victoria and Arthritis and Osteoporosis Western Australia and the School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science, Curtin University, Perth Western Australia. Other partner organisations included HealthSense (Aust) Pty Ltd and Wisdom Health. About this report We explored: 1. young people’s experiences of living with persistent musculoskeletal pain 2. their perceptions about the associated challenges, service gaps, and their perceived needs and 3. their preferences for modes of service delivery, particularly as they related to the use of digital technologies.
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