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Nepali-speaking Bhutanese refugees constitute a large group within the Albury-Wodonga region and experience higher rates of chronic pain when compared to the general population. The purpose of this study was to explore qualitative conceptualisations of chronic pain among a group of Nepali-speaking Bhutanese adults with a refugee background who relocated to rural and regional Australia.

Project officer and Multicultural Worker Bhakti Dhamala worked with researchers as a bilingual facilitator on the project with exercise groups and pain management clinic held at Gateway Health.

Published: July 4th, 2024