Life Sciences Hub Wales

Gwent Care Providers Collaborate on a fully funded PainChek Pilot

Findings from Painaustralia suggest that as many as 80% of aged care residents are living with chronic pain, ranging from common arthritis, bone and joint disorders, cancer, and other long-term…

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Hidden Gems Webinar

PainChek is presented at the Hidden Gems Webinar Series

Our CEO and Managing Director, Philip Daffas, recently presented PainChek at the Hidden Gems Webinar series where he discussed and detailed the uptake and global expansion of the PainChek® app as…

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PainChek to Develop App for Non-verbal Children with Disability

We are so pleased to announce we have been awarded a grant from the Western Australian Government to develop a specific version of the PainChek® app for non-verbal children living with disability.

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Effectiveness of Nurse led Volunteer Support and Technology driven Pain Assessments

Effectiveness of Nurse-led Volunteer Support and Technology-driven Pain Assessments

A recent publication co-authored by our Chief Scientific Officer, Professor Jeff Hughes, provides an overview of a study which used PainChek® in a hospital setting.

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Evolution of Best Practice Pain Assessment in Aged Care

The Evolution of Best-Practice Pain Assessment in Aged Care

For older adults, pain is a common occurrence. This segment of the population is more likely to experience pain than their younger counterparts, and chronic pain is more prevalent amongst this…

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orcha adds painchek to its list of trusted digital health and care applications

ORCHA adds PainChek to its list of trusted digital health and care applications

The global leader in providing access to trusted, compliant digital health products, ORCHA Health, has added PainChek, the world’s first artificial intelligence (AI)-powered pain assessment tool, to…

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How can technology be used to promote better person centred care for people living with dementia

How can technology be used to promote better person-centred care for people living with dementia?

Louis Holmes, Senior Policy Advisor at Care England says care providers should consider three key questions when looking at introducing new technology into their organisation.

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Dementia Challenges

How sharing of insights can support the whole sector in moving forward

The social care sector is, and always has been, very data rich. However, the issue has always been the accessibility of the data.

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PainChek Joins the NSW Government at the BIO International Convention 2022

PainChek Joins the NSW Government at the BIO International Convention 2022

PainChek was proud to be showcased as one of NSW’s leading medtech organisations when we were featured at the San Diego BIO International Convention this week.

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Pain Assessment Guidelines and Frameworks

Faces of Pain in Dementia: Learnings from a Real-World Study Using a Technology-Enabled Pain Assessment Tool

A PainChek-related publication, Faces of Pain in Dementia: Learnings from a Real-World Study Using a Technology-Enabled Pain Assessment Tool

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Dementia Challenges

Exploring the Challenges of Managing Pain for People Living with Dementia

Managing pain for people living with dementia can pose huge challenges across the health and social care sectors.

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Levelling up dementia care: how can tech drive innovation and delivery of care?

Levelling Up Dementia Care: How Can Tech Drive Innovation and Delivery of Care?

PainChek, along side Care Home Professional, Care England, Orchard Care Homes and Care UK recently held a roundtable discussion surrounding levelling up dementia care through innovative technology.

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