My Path, My Life, My Right to Live Well brings together an analysis of the views of people living with chronic pain across Scotland.
Chronic pain is considered to refer to pain persisting for more than 12 weeks despite medication or treatment. It often occurs alongside, or as part of long term conditions, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.
In 2021, the Scottish Government asked the ALLIANCE to conduct a survey that would be used to inform their ongoing work on chronic pain policy, including the national consultation on the draft Framework for Chronic Pain Service Delivery.
Over a three week period ending on 17 September 2021, the ALLIANCE heard about the experiences of 462 people via an online survey. This report captures what we heard from those who responded.
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