Work at Pain BC

Medical Co-director - BC Adaptive Mentorship Network

Pain BC has partnered with the Center for Effective Practice to develop a mentorship network and community of practice for primary care providers based in British Columbia in the clinical areas of persistent pain, substance use, and mental health.

The BC Adaptive Mentorship Network (BCAMN) will connect primary care providers (as mentees) with experts in the areas of addictions, mental health and chronic pain (as mentors). Together, mentors and mentees constitute a safe, non-judgmental community providing opportunities for clinical conversations.

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Clinical Counsellor

The primary purpose of the Clinical Counsellor role is to ensure the continuous improvement and delivery of all services pertaining to Pain BC’s Coaching for Health program.

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Instructional Designer

The Instructional Designer is responsible for the design of Pain BC’s educational programs for health care providers, people living with pain, and our volunteer community. Education programs and resources may be local, community-based collaborations, national or province-wide in scope, with multiple and diverse stakeholders.

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