Listen to pain. Listen to cues. Improve pain management

Knowing the person with pain helps you provide better solutions for pain management

Global Pain Index (GPI) study done on 19,000 consumers captured their relationship with pain. Pain impacts everyone differently, few reach out for help from the HCP, but many silently suffer.

We’ve established five distinct patient profiles based on the GPI study which will facilitate better patient conversations on pain and help you provide personalized treatment strategy for your patients.

Get to know these patients as they describe their relationship with pain!

Listen to real patients opening up!

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Eszter’s pain is out of control

Eszter is a pharmacist from Hungary. She experiences distress due to pain and is unhappy with her current treatment.

She is a person open to discuss her pain with healthcare professionals and is looking for advice and recommendation.

Listen to Eszter and help patients like her.

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For Sebastian, pain is a signal

Sebastian is from Sweden. His muscle pain impacts his ability to enjoy time with his loved ones.

He is open to discuss his pain with healthcare professionals and seeks quick recovery.

Listen to Sebastian and help patients like him.

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Pain scares Carol

Carol is a Brazilian born Japanese.

Pain makes her anxious, but she only talks about it if it’s severe or if probed by a healthcare professional.

Listen to Carol and help patients like her.

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For Begum, pain is life

Begum is from Turkey for whom pain is life. She ignores pain and believes it’s a part of life.

She treats pain only when her pain is severe.

Listen to Begum and help patients like her.

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Sourav dismisses pain

Sourav is from India, who believes that he is stronger than pain.

He is cynical when it comes to dealing with his pain and doesn’t bother discussing his pain with healthcare professionals.

Listen to Sourav and help patients like him.

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It’s More Than Just A Conversation: How We Can Better Listen to Pain

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Experts’ advice on pain relief

Meet the experts who discuss about better ways to manage pain in everyday life.

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Patient care resources

Access resources to facilitate better conversation around personalised pain management.

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