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MA Hoggarth: Nothing to disclose.
DW Walton: Speaking and/or Teaching Arrangements: David
Walton Rehabilitation Education, Consulting and Research (A).
Other Office: International Association for the Study of Pain
(Nonfinancial, Secretary for the Pain Education Special Interest
Group of IASP, unpaid position). Grants: Canadian Institutes of
Health Research (E, CIHR Bridging Grant for research operating
costs [mostly expendables and patient remuneration] Paid
directly to institution/employer).
JM Elliott: Private Investments: Pain ID, LLC (35%, investment/
ownership stake in a small medical consulting start-up).
Consulting: Pain ID, LLC (Nonfinancial).