Texas Pain Advocacy and Information Network
What is the Texas Pain Advocacy and Information Network?
The Texas Pain Advocacy and Information Network (TxPAIN) is the official State Pain and Palliative Care Initiative for Texas. TxPAIN is a multidisciplinary organization comprised of healthcare professionals, researchers, educators, and patient advocates. The volunteer TxPAIN Steering Committee develops strategies and identifies resources to implement it’s strategic plan outlined in the Texas Action Plan to Relieve Pain. TxPAIN seeks to ensure high quality pain management for people of all communities and cultures in Texas through public policy, public awareness, research, and education. The state office of TxPAIN is housed at the American Cancer Society offices office in Austin, Texas.
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