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Oregon Pain Management Commission

The Oregon Pain Management Commission is currently seeking to fill vacancies for multiple licensed clinicians and one public member to serve on the commission.  Individuals with diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds that have direct clinical or personal lived experience with pain are strongly encouraged to apply. To learn more about this opportunity and to obtain information about the formal application process please contact  There is no current deadline for submitting applications at this time, however that will change as open positions are filled.

3/30/2020: The Oregon Pain Management Commission is offering the following statement and strategies to help you cope and persevere during the COVID-19 pandemic: Statement
"Healthcare providers, insurers, and the public need to understand that although pain is universal, it is experienced uniquely by each person, and care — which often requires a combination of therapies and coping techniques — must be tailored. Pain is more than a physical symptom and is not always resolved by curing the underlying condition. Persistent pain can cause changes in the nervous system and become a distinct chronic disease."

- Relieving Pain in American: A Blueprint for Transforming, Prevention, Care, Education, and Research, 2011: Institute of Medicine (IOM)

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