Pain UK is an alliance of charities providing a voice for people in pain
We were founded in November 2011. Since then, our membership base has grown rapidly and we now support charities dealing with all manner of painful conditions, from head to toe.
On the 15th November 2018, Pain UK trustees attended a pharmaceutical company sponsored debate on the use of medicinal cannabis. The event included clinical, regulatory and pharmaceutical experts…Read More
Call to ActionThe NHS faces a difficult economic future with a focus on delivering patient centered care. The Health Minister tells us that there is currently a shortfall in the number of GP’s that is needed to deliver patient care.
Pain UK have produced a call to action document that outlines the burden of chronic pain to the NHS, society and people living with chronic pain
For People in Pain
Pain UK operates to make a significant difference for people living with pain whether that is through the support of our member charities or directly.
We are a young, ambitious and dedicated charity that have set out to achieve great things. We welcome those who want to support us along the way in doing so.
For Pain Charities
We offer training and support to the member charities, many of which are run by ‘expert patients’ and may not have access to advice on issues like lobbying, fundraising, profile raising and reaching out to young people.
We also offer membership opportunities to individuals, professionals and corporates.View our member charities
Pain UK: Position on medicinal cannabis 16/11/1816 November 2018
Surviving Pain: The Early Days8 March 2018
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Meet the Pain UK Management Team
Antony | Chair
Antony has ultimate responsibility for the management and direction of Pain UKAbout Antony
Marian | Trustee
Extensive experience working within the healthcare and charity sectorsAbout Marian