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Opioids and chronic pain

Opioids are a class of medicines taken to help reduce pain. They work on the central nervous system to slow down nerve signals between the brain and the body.

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Pain medicine image library

Our pain medicine photo library shows various aspects of pain medicine practice including consultations and treatment.

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EPM Online

EPM Online provides a primer in the essentials of pain management. It covers the tools that can be used to Recognise, Assess and Treat pain.

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Better Pain Management program

Better Pain Management is a professional, high quality online education program developed by the Faculty of Pain Medicine. 

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Join the pain medicine training program

Our pioneering pain medicine training program is a two-year post-specialist qualification that leads to fellowship of the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists with the post nominals FFPMANZCA.

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Procedures in Pain Medicine Committee

The Procedures in Pain Medicine Committee (PPMC) reports to FPM Professional Affairs Executive Committee (PAEC) on matters pertaining to the FPM endorsement in procedures in pain medicine

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Clinical skills courses

Our clinical skills courses and trainee tutorial program are designed to support pain medicine trainees.

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Acute severe behavioural disturbance ER session guideline

Acute severe behavioural disturbance ER session guideline

Additional links and resources

Access a list of relevant and useful documents and websites to support development of opioid stewardship programs.

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