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Foundations of pain medicine: FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS

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Neeta M. Mind-body dualism: A critique from a health perspective. Mens Sana Monogr 2011;9(1):202-209. From: Accessed 2 September 2014.

Faculty of Pain Medicine, Eeman H. Cartesian dualism and pain medicine [Internet]. 2014. From: FPM website. Accessed 3 September 2014.

Quintner JL, Cohen ML, Buchanan D, Katz JD, Williamson OD. Pain medicine and its models: helping or hindering? Pain Med 2008;9(7):824-834.

International Association for the Study of Pain. IASP taxonomy. 2012. From: Accessed 2 September 2014.

Loeser JD, Treede RD. The Kyoto protocol of IASP Basic Pain Terminology. Pain 2008;137(3):473–477.

Faculty of Pain Medicine. Pain-Orientated Sensory Testing (‘POST’) guidelines [Internet]. 2013. From: Accessed 2 September 2014. [restricted access]

​Finniss DG, Kaptchuk TJ, Miller F, Benedetti F. Biological, clinical and ethical advances of placebo effects. Lancet 2010;375 (9715):686-695.

Faculty of Pain Medicine, Cohen M. Placebo and placebo effect [Internet]. 2014. From: FPM website. Accessed 3 September 2014.

Finiss, DG. Placebo effects [Podcast]. From: Accessed 6 November 2014.

Visser EJ, Davies SJ. What is Pain? I: Terms, Definitions, Classification and Basic Concepts. In. Riley R (ed). Australasian Anaesthesia. Melbourne, Vic.: Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists, 2009. pp. 29-33.