Media releases 2010

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DATE TITLE
December 16 ANZCA Bulletin out today (asylum seeker anaesthetist; Bundaberg post-Patel; opioid controversy)
November 19 Epidurals, ironmen and the Seven Deadly Sins to be raised at meeting 
November 12 Death, complication rates high amongst older surgical patients: study
October 18 Pain experts pushing to teach young doctors more about pain
October 8 "The story doctor" to speak at pain meeting
October 8 Moves to educate GPs in pain management discussed
September 30 ANZCA Bulletin out now (Opioids, anaesthesia and memory and thinking, teaching pain management overseas; eHealth)
September 27 Prescription opioids must not be dismissed: pain specialists
June 30 ANZCA Bulletin out today (Health reforms, Aboriginal health, pain management)
June 11 Boost for Queensland pain sufferers
May 31 Maternity guidelines misleading: ANZCA
May 19 Melbourne anaesthetist new ANZCA president
May 5 Anaesthesia meeting concludes
May 4 The great unsolved mystery: how does anaesthesia work?
May 3 Anaesthetists outline dire situation overseas
May 2 Medical story of Trishna and Krishna a highlight of day two
May 1 Obesity, obstetrics and professionals in distress on agenda
April 30 Faculty of Pain Medicine Refresher Course Day
April 28 More than 1000 anaesthetists to attend meeting and scientific program - keynote addresses and other highlights
March 31 ANZCA Bulletin out now (Tony Ryall; marijuana and pain relief; the separation of Trishna and Krishna)
March 15 ANZCA welcomes increase in training places
March 11 Summit calls for Government action on pain
March 11 Pain management on national radar for first time
March 4 Too many children suffering unnecessary pain
March 2 National Pain Summit media alert
February 11 Cancer patients should not live or die in pain: experts
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