December 21, 2022 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Successfully managing neuropathic pain can lead to living a meaningful life.

  Image Source: Photo by Connor Olson on Unsplash


Living with neuropathic pain brings many challenges including changes in function, sleep, mood, and quality of life. While exciting basic science work is being carried out, developing effective new medical treatments for neuropathic pain has been challenging for several important reasons. This interactive presentation will discuss practical self-management strategies (and the rationale behind these practices) for managing neuropathic pain, fostering hope, and living a meaningful life.


On-line Registration

This event will be available via ZOOM meeting.

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.  As this is an online event, earphones would be a great bonus but not necessary to enjoy this session. If you require help with ZOOM click here.


About our guest speaker

Photo of Dr. Dick
           Image Source: Dr. Bruce Dick

Bruce is a clinical psychologist and Full Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine with cross appointments in the Departments of Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Alberta. His research interests primarily focus on several topics associated with better understanding chronic pain and its management. He is the Chief of Psychology in the Multidisciplinary Pain Centre at the University of Alberta Hospital and works clinically with adults in that program as well as youth in the Stollery Pediatric Chronic Pain Clinic.



CNA webinars are limited to 100 participants. Note: This meeting will NOT be recorded.

Please use appropriate webinar etiquette.

Support for Neuropathy Education

The CNA exists solely because of donations and fundraising. The CNA has association expenses; any support provided is greatly appreciated.   Please use the e-transfer option or click the donate button on our CNA website home page if you can support us in our education and support efforts.

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FYI, under normal (non-covid) conditions we suggest a minimum $25.00 donation for an annual membership (September to August  and is eligible for Canadian tax receipt) or $5.00 for drop-in donation.  Compassion pricing is always available upon request.

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