This guide is intended to support understanding of the Procedures in Pain Medicine Clinical Care Standard, by linking to resources mentioned in the document as well as promote relevant resources on similar topic areas, which are available through the Library and external links.
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Dominick C, Blyth F, Nicholas M. Patterns of chronic pain in the New Zealand population. N Z Med J 2011;124:63–76.Request from Library
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