Have you reduced your opioid use and would like to help others do the same?
The I-WOTCH study is a clinical trial co-ordinated from the Warwick Clinical Trials Unit, University of Warwick and is funded by the National Institute of Health Research Health Technology Assessment (project number 14/224/04). The study aims to test the effectiveness of a patient-centred self-management group intervention, comparing withdrawal of strong opioids for people with non-malignant pain, with best usual care.
We are looking for individuals with experience of living with long-term, non-cancer pain, who have reduced or stopped their own opioid medication, to deliver and facilitate the I-WOTCH intervention at venues in and around the Midlands and North East England, alongside a trained nurse facilitator.
You will need effective communication skills to facilitate the group sessions, encourage discussion and inform and empower participants about self-management techniques. Full training will be given over two days, prior to delivering the intervention. This is a paid role on a variable hours basis.
More information, including the full job description, can be found here: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/med/research/ctu/trials/iwotch/vacancies
To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter describing how you meet the selection criteria to IWOTCH@warwick.ac.uk. Please be sure to state which geographical regions you are willing to work over. The current closing date is Sunday 18th March, with interviews due to be held on Tuesday 27th or Wednesday 28th March.
If you have any queries or would like to have an informal chat with the study team, then please email IWOTCH@warwick.ac.uk