The network hosted the first NSW Pain Service Electronic Persistent Pain Outcomes Collaborative (ePPOC) Benchmarking Workshop on 23 May. Representatives from 15 adult chronic pain services attended.
Representatives from the University of Wollongong, who collect and analyse the ePPOC data, presented the results. There was also an opportunity from those who achieved good results to share best practice. The Coffs Harbour pain service was the standout of the day.
The opportunity to network face-to-face with other services was positive, and many of the attendees said they had learnt something new that would add value and improve their service delivery.
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