“As the newest member of the team I blog, tweet and act as your fly on the wall at every meeting, ready to report the ups and downs of creating Pain Less”
“As head of content I oversee all the stories we’ll be telling in Pain Less. As project leader, I have to make sure everyone’s work comes together to make a coherent, engaging exhibition.”
Nicola, Assistant Content Developer
“I write content, research and chat to a lot of experts! I’m also working closely with our group of chronic pain sufferers to help them incorporate their personal perspectives in to Pain Less.”
“Between research, road trips and writing, my main task is to work with the students from Langley Academy, organising sessions at the Science Museum and going to their school.”
A group of year nines from Langley Academy are helping us make sure this new exhibition is fun and relevant to the next generation of science enthusiasts. They will collaborate with game designers to create an interactive exhibit, because ‘everything is better with a game’! Check out their blog Ouch!Ouch!Ouch! that explores their experience co-creating Pain Less.
Chronic Pain Group
A group of adults who suffer with chronic pain are helping us explore the topic of pain. They are creating a film about their personal perspectives for the exhibition.
Consultant anaesthetist from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital.
As part of this project Andrew created a network of experts: scientists and researchers working at the cutting edge of research in pain, consciousness and anaesthesia. He is heading up this network as they help us make sure Pain Less explores the very latest scientific pain research.