Acknowledgements

NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI)

Chronic Pain and Brain Injury Project Team

  • Dr Regina Schultz, ACI Chronic Pain and Brain Injury Project Manager
  • Jenni Johnson, ACI Trauma, Pain and Rehabilitation Stream Manager
  • Marion Fisher, ACI Co Network Manager Brain Injury Rehabilitation Directorate (BIRD)
  • Barby Strettles, ACI Co Network Manager Brain Injury Rehabilitation Directorate (BIRD)
  • Susan Rogers, ACI Pain Management Network Manager

Assistance was also provided by team members from the ACI Communications, Website and Design teams.

Steering Committee

  • Dr Adeline Hodgkinson, ACI Brain Injury Rehabilitation Directorate (BIRD) Clinical Director and Co-Chair
  • Dr Alexander Smith,  Consumer Representative, University of NSW
  • Amal Helou, Nurse Practitioner
  • Bronwyn Thomas, Senior Physiotherapist, Westmead: Kids Rehab, Sydney Children’s Hospital Network,
  • Dr Clayton King, Director, Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service, Royal Rehab
  • Jacqueline Scott, Service Development Manager, Care Innovation & Excellence, Care and Community, icare
  • Dr Jane Wheatley, Clinical Psychologist, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney
  • Martin Lefmann, Physiotherapist, New England Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service, Tamworth
  • Prof Philip Siddall, Pain Physician, Greenwich Hospital
  • Robert Scherf, Psychologist New England Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service, Tamworth
  • Dr Susie Lloyd, Senior Staff Specialist, Children's Complex Pain Service, John Hunter Children’s Hospital
  • Suzanne Lulham, Director, Service Delivery, Lifetime Care and Support Authority, icare
  • Trina Moyes, Manager, Supervision, Employer Supervision and Return to Work Team at NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority

External Providers

The website and resources were developed in collaboration with the following external providers

The project was funded by a grant from the Lifetime Care and Support Authority/icare as part of the Chronic Pain and Brain Injury Project. The website is managed by the NSW ACI.

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