Pain & Aging Lab

Pain & Aging Lab 

The Pain and Aging Laboratory (PAL) is a division of the Health Psychology Laboratory. It was created with the aid of funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) and the Government of Saskatchewan.

Key components of the PAL infrastructure include:

 

Psychophysiological equipment - 2011. Graduate student Omeed Ghandehari and a community volunteer demonstrate the equipment.Testing the equipment

Photos University of Regina Photography Department

Announcements

  • Help Us Spread Information About Pain in Dementia (#SeePainMoreClearly)

    27 Sep 2019

    With the support of organizations such as the AGE-WELL NCE and stakeholders, we launched a large-scale social media campaign #SeePainMoreClearly on October 1, 2019, the International Day of Older Persons. Help our knowledge mobilization effort by viewing our 2-minute informational video on YouTube https://youtu.be/9ONjQ7_ZvZA which addresses the problem of pain under-management/underassessment in older adults with dementia, along with evidence-based solutions. We also encourage you to fill out our brief video evaluation questionnaire https://uregina.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_24AV6gjEVjxpiTj. Resources can be accessed through www.seepainmoreclearly.org. Join our conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #SeePainMoreClearly! If you have other ways of helping with this initiative, please contact Louise Castillo (castilll@uregina.ca).

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