NSW Health’s Patients and Consumers guide/Managing Your Chronic Pain focuses on acute and chronic pain.
The Royal Adelaide Hospital Clinical Psychology’s Pain Management Unit Psychology Service provides specialist services for chronic pain sufferers and their families.
The American Chronic Pain Association’s work includes helping people with chronic pain and their families.
The Pain Management Research Institute (PMRI), a joint initiative between the University of Sydney and Royal North Shore Hospital (and a division of the Kolling Institute of Medical Research), conducts basic and clinical research and professional development for health professionals.
Chronic Pain Australia assists people with chronic pain across all age groups. The organisation convenes National Pain Week annually.
The Australian Pain Management Association Inc (APMA) is a national health promotion charity providing services including advocacy and mentoring and support for pain sufferers and their families and friends.
The Pelvic Pain Foundation of Australia supports research and uses research to assist women, men and young people with pelvic pain.
The information and support under Headache and Migraine in the Headache Australia website relates predominantly to types of headaches, medications and their management, and research into medications.