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Dr. Nida Mustafa

Research Lead

Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute (TAPMI), Women's College Hospital (Canada)

Nida completed her PhD in Public Health at the University of Toronto and is currently Research Lead at the Toronto Academic Pain Medicine Institute. Nida’s research aims to better understand chronic pain experiences of minority women. Specifically, she uses qualitative research to explore the sociocultural dimensions of immigrant women’s pain experiences.

Sessions

Empowered Management: The Power of Lived Experience in Pain Management and Research

Presented by Dr. Nida Mustafa, Emeralda Burke at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, November 23rd.

"The key theme of our presentation is to highlight that living with pain does not mean we our powerless but in fact, we can shift our thoughts, actions and behaviors to live an empowered life with pain. The presentation will be divided into three parts. First, I will take the audience through my lived experience…