The Pain Society of Alberta is a multidisciplinary team of health care professionals who are commitment to the study, treatment, and management of chronic pain within Alberta.
The PSA encompasses education, resources, and support for healthcare providers in an effort to improve patient care delivery and outcomes for people struggling with persistent pain.
Their goal was to design a refined website for the organization which would house a repository of resources and serve as a platform for their annual conference.
Developed a user-friendly website with an up to date repository of resources for healthcare practitioners and patients alike.
Their goal was to re-design and expand the current online presence. The PSA strives to become the key source for up to date information regarding pain management strategies, while also fostering relations and building the annual conference to include quality presenters, and evidence-based information. They aim to provide education, and ultimately encourage collaborations with western Canadian and national health care providers.
The website was reconstructed from the ground up and organized in a way for users to directly source all the necessary pain management tools, professional development opportunities, and blogs relating to chronic pain in Alberta.
This meant structuring the website content so that it is simple to find and understand, as well as making it easy for patients and healthcare practitioners to locate the correct resource necessary for their affliction. This was a key point in the brief, and believe the clean archive achieves the goal nicely (if I do say so myself!)