This symposium, organised by the Royal Society of Medicine and St Paul’s Cathedral, will enable clergy and doctors to share their knowledge and insights in this area and to discuss joined up ways of working.
Both doctors and clergy regularly seek to help people with chronic pain. Doctors know that there is a lot more to chronic pain than acute pain that goes on a long time. And clergy know the difficult pastoral challenges that they face in helping these people. Both groups have specific contributions and skills relevant to the care of people with chronic pain. Can we work together?
Tuesday 29 June at Amen Court. Tickets from £50.
See www.rsm.ac.uk/academ/stpauls2010.php for full information and to book.