The following Pain BC programs for health professionals are available to health care providers living outside of British Columbia:
Pain BC professional education FAQs
Pain BC’s online courses are only available to registered health care providers, with the exception of our free webinars [link], which are open to anyone with an interest in pain. If you’re a person living with pain, we recommend visiting Live Plan Be, a free online self-management and education tool that enables people in pain and their families to learn about pain, keep track of symptoms, and develop a plan for better pain management and quality of life.
If multiple people from your organization are interested in taking one of Pain BC’s online courses, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with each registrant’s first and last name and email address, and we will manually enroll your group. Alternatively, staff members can sign up individually by visiting any of our course pages.
Online course questions
Questions related to accessing and using our online courses including Pain Foundations for Allied Health Providers, Pain Foundations for Primary Care Providers, Gentle Movement & Relaxation and the BC ECHO for Chronic Pain.
To log in to Pain Foundations, Gentle Movement & Relaxation, or the BC ECHO for Chronic Pain, click on the ‘user’ icon in the upper right corner of your screen (beside the text: “Log into your Pain BC course”) and enter your email address and password.
If this is your first time logging in, you’ll need to use the temporary password we sent you by email. Once you have entered your login credentials, you’ll see a list of the Pain BC courses you’re registered in (Pain Foundations and/or Gentle Movement & Relaxation and/or ECHO). Select the course you’d like to access to be taken to the course dashboard on LearnUpon, Pain BC’s online learning management system.
If you’ve just registered for one of our online courses, it may take up to 10 minutes for your registration to be processed. If your temporary password doesn’t work right away, please try again in a few minutes. If your temporary password does not work and more than 10 minutes has passed since you registered for the course, please contact us at email@example.com.
If you’ve forgotten your password, click the “Forgot your password?” button on the login screen and check your email for a code to reset your password. If you don’t see the email in your inbox, check your spam folder as it may have gone there. If you still haven’t received the reset code, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m experiencing technical issues with LearnUpon (Pain BC’s online learning management system). What should I do?
Many issues with LearnUpon are related to the user’s internet browser. We recommend using the latest version of Google Chrome to access LearnUpon. You can also try refreshing your browser’s cache. If you continue to experience issues, get in touch with us at email@example.com.
I can’t download the resources at the end of Pain Foundations or Gentle Movement & Relaxation. What should I do?
Learners have 60 days to complete Pain Foundations, and 40 days to complete Gentle Movement & Relaxation. This is because we have limited space on our learning management system and want to encourage learners to complete the course in a timely fashion. If you require an extension for either course, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to extend your time.
Yes. If you are registered in Pain Foundations, Gentle Movement & Relaxation, and/or the BC ECHO for Chronic Pain, you can switch between courses without having to log out and back in. Once you’ve logged into LearnUpon, find the ‘crossing arrows’ icon in the upper right corner of your screen (near your name). Click on that to open the dropdown menu. For Pain Foundations, click ‘Pain Foundations.’ For all other Pain BC online courses, click ‘Pain BC Education.’ Note that if you don’t see this icon, you’re likely not registered in more than one course. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions
Questions about the BC ECHO for Chronic Pain live sessions
Yes, all monthly BC ECHO for Chronic Pain sessions are recorded and will be available for registered learners to view. We typically post the recordings within two or three days of the live session.
Recordings of the BC ECHO for Chronic Pain sessions will be posted on LearnUpon two or three days after the live session. To access a recording, log on to LearnUpon, launch the course page and navigate to ‘Webinar recording and session resources’ in the left-hand menu. A link to the recording will be available there.
To receive your CME certificate for participating in a BC ECHO for Chronic Pain session, you must complete both the pre- and post-evaluation surveys on LearnUpon. If you joined the live session, your certificate should be available to download immediately upon complete the post-evaluation survey. Note: if you viewed the webinar recording and wish to receive your CME certificate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know and we will issue your certificate.
If you’re a BC health care provider and are registered in the BC ECHO for Chronic Pain, you can submit an anonymous patient case for discussion and to receive personalized recommendations for care and treatment. Click here to submit a case.
If you have a question about submitting a case, get in touch with us at email@example.com.
Yes, our webinars are open to everyone – health care providers, researchers, people living with pain, caregivers, and anyone else with an interest. Please note that the content of webinars vary, with some being more clinical in nature while others more general.
We will email all registered learners one week before their workshop with instructions for how to join the workshop via Zoom.
The availability of workshop materials depends on the individual workshop presenter. Please see your email for details and a link to download (if available).
Yes. Please see the individual workshop page for information about accreditation.