Pain Education Workshop Leaflet.

Sickle Cell Disease Pain Management Service
Living with frequent or ongoing pain?
Want to know more about it?
Come along to our workshop!
We are running education workshops for people with sickle cell disease
who are living with frequent or ongoing pain. The workshops are a
chance to understand more about what happens in the body when you
have persistent pain and some ideas about what might help you to
cope with this. Feedback we have received suggests that people who
have attended previous workshops have found it helpful.
The Session will be run by:
Dr Jenna Love - the Clinical Psychologist working in the Sickle
Cell Disease pain management programme
Dr Penelope Cream - the Clinical Psychologist working in
Sickle Cell Disease
Dr Elizabeth Rhodes - the Consultant Haematologist working
in Sickle Cell Disease
You are very welcome to bring a friend or family member with you, so
they can also learn about the pain you experience.
This is a new service, and we would like as many people to have the
opportunity to attend as possible. The sessions run for an afternoon, at
St Georges Hospital, with tea and coffee provided.
Please contact us for dates of upcoming sessions and to book your
place - call 0208 266 6545 or e-mail [email protected]
You can also go to our pages on the St George’s website: