The Chronic Pain Policy Coalition brings together a wide range of professional bodies, patient organisations, parliamentarians and industry representatives, with one purpose - to work together to improve the lives of people living with pain and their families.
Organisations include academic institutions, commercial organisations and employers, healthcare companies that specialise in pain management, government and quasi government bodies, parliamentarians, professional and NHS representative bodies, Royal Colleges of Medicine, Nursing and other health professions, trade unions and employee representatives as well as voluntary and patient organisations.
The CPPC's work is steered by an Executive Committee made up of leading figures in chronic pain. For more information about the Executive Committee, please click here.
To read more about the CPPC's mission, please click here.
The following corporate members provide funding for the work of the Chronic Pain Policy Coalition:
The CPPC is entirely committed to ensuring its activities and funding are entirely transparent. The group regularly lobbies government on key health issues, campaigning widely for improved policy to be adopted across government departments. It operates according to a strict Code of Governance and under no circumstances does the CPPC endorse, support, lobby for or campaign on behalf of one organisation. The CPPC is administered by Policy Connect, a cross-party, non-profit think tank based in Southwark. Policy Connect is entirely committed to upholding the principle of transparency in UK parliamentary and public affairs and welcomes any questions you may have on its work and activities. To register your interest in joining the Chronic Pain Policy Coalition, please contact Katherine Perry by emailing email@example.com.
This is not an official feed of the House of Commons of the House of Lords. It has not been approved by either House or its committees. This commission is an informal group of Members of both Houses with a common interest in particular issues. The views expressed in the webpages are those of the group.