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Conceptual basis of pain medicine: Management of pain

This guide contains resources intended to support and assist those entering the pain medicine training program to gain the essential knowledge required. They are not intended to be exclusive, rather to stimulate interest and encourage learning.

Articles

Nicholas MK & Blyth FM. Are self-management strategies effective in chronic pain treatment? Pain management 2016; 6(1):75-88.
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Turk DC, Wilson HD, Cahana A. Treatment of chronic non-cancer pain. Lancet 2011; 377(9784):2226-2235.

​Cregg R, Russo G, Gubbay A, Branford R, Sato H. Pharmacogenetics of analgesic drugs. Br J Pain 2013;7(4):189-208.

​Faculty of Pain Medicine. FPM opioid dose equivalence chart [Internet]. 2014. From: https://www.anzca.edu.au/getattachment/6892fb13-47fc-446b-a7a2-11cdfe1c9902/PM01-(Appendix-2)-Opioid-Dose-Equivalence-Calculation-of-Oral-Morphine-Equivalent-Daily-Dose-(oMEDD). Accessed 9 July 2020.

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