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Chronic Pain Policy Coalition

Organisation name
Chronic Pain Policy Coalition
The Chronic Pain Policy Coalition (CPPC) is a forum for patients, professionals and parliamentarians who operate at policy level to develop an improved strategy for the prevention, treatment and management of chronic pain and its associated conditions.

Their mission statement is: "To improve the lives of people who live with chronic pain by developing and sharing ideas for improved prevention, treatment and management of chronic pain in the UK."

Their aims and objectives are:

To provide a network for constructive dialogue between patients, professionals and parliamentarians to develop and propose solutions to chronic pain in the UK based on evidence and best practice in order to:
improve the delivery of services for the prevention, treatment and management of chronic pain in the UK
help employers provide the necessary support and flexibility that will enable more working people that live with chronic pain to achieve their own aspirations.
To present these solutions to policy makers in order to elevate chronic pain to the heart of the political agenda and encourage a new and integrated approach to chronic pain between government departments.
To help all stakeholders work together to implement the solutions and other policy level decisions at a local level within the National Health Service and workplaces.
Street address
c/o Policy Connect
CAN Mezzanine
32-36 Loman Street

Main Phone No
0207 202 8580
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