A new paper from World Spine Care and the Global Spine Care Initiative was recently published in the journal JMIR Public Health and Surveillance. The article describes the process that the authors underwent to develop the guides for Managing Neck and Back Pain in the Time of COVID-19 released last year. The guides help empower patients to self-manage spine pain when appropriate.
Dr. Kait Graham is the Director of Volunteer Programs and Operations at World Spine Care. She previously volunteered as a Volunteer Associate in Mahalapye and Shoshong, Botswana in 2015. World Spine Care asked Kait to share more about how she got involved with the organization and what spine care practitioners should know if they’d like to volunteer.
As this year ends, the World Spine Care Board of Directors wishes to thank our partners, donors, supporters and volunteers for your incredible support over this past year. Despite numerous challenges, we are proud of what we were able to accomplish this year. Here are just a few of our successes, thanks to the support of so many people like you.
Would you like to combine your skills in written communication and manual therapy? Are you interested in volunteering with a global leader in evidence-based, multidisciplinary spine care? Build your resume and improve your clinical communication by joining the World Spine Care Communications committee.