Tools & Resources
Explore our wide variety of resources designed for patients and HCPs
Our pain equity tools and resources are a great way to expand your understanding and broaden your impact on the issue.
Get started by reviewing our recent research study summary that helps to illuminate the impact of pain equity. Advil, with guidance from Morehouse School of Medicine, surveyed 2000 people in America to assess the real impact of pain on their lives. The study found that 64% of Black individuals felt their healthcare providers treat people of their race and ethnicity worse than people of other races and ethnicities. Download the study summary below to see more of our findings.
Our new Believe My Pain resource toolkit
For HCPs: Guide for Healthcare Providers
A guide for cultivating an inclusive environment, with best practices for health literacy and communication.
For HCPs: Provider Self-Assessment
A self-assessment of bias in communication, decision making and behaviors.
Infographic: Pain Inequity Stats
Advil surveyed 2000 Americans about their experiences when seeking pain care and treatment. The results in this PDF are staggering.
For Patients: Your Roadmap
How to navigate care, from finding a doctor to picking up prescriptions.
For Patients: Documenting Your Pain
Tips on describing and documenting your pain, including key terms and a daily pain tracker.