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Collaborative Mentorship Network for Chronic Pain and Addiction

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March Messenger 2021, Partners | Posted March 11, 2021

Managing patients with chronic pain and substance use disorders often involves complex care, but physicians don’t have to do it alone. The Collaborative Mentorship Network for Chronic Pain and Addiction (CMN) is a free program that provides access to a number of helpful tools, resources and peer-to-peer engagement opportunities, for physicians and multidisciplinary team members. CMN creates a community of practice that allows colleagues to connect with each other for educational events, discussion and mentorship.

If you’re looking for support in growing your understanding of chronic pain and substance use, visit cmnalberta.com or read CMN’s one-pager.

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