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Acute pain management forms

Acute pain services require a significant number of core forms that need regular updating. To help reduce the time acute pain services requires for this service, SIG members have provided these specimen forms for you to copy, trial, and adapt to local requirements.

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Acute Pain Management: Scientific Evidence 5th edition

The final draft of this internationally renowned publication is open for public consultation until Friday 16 October.

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PS41 Guideline on acute pain management

PS41 Guideline on acute pain management

Position statement on the use of slow-release opioid preparations in the treatment of acute pain

What is pain and how do we manage it?

There are three commonly recognised types of pain.

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Acute Pain SIG

The Acute Pain Special Interest Group (SIG) is one of 17 SIGs jointly managed by ANZCA, the Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA), and the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists (NZSA) through the Anaesthesia Continuing Education (ACE) partnership.

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College publications

Our publications keep members up-to-date and lift the profile of anaesthesia and pain medicine with policy makers and in the wider community.

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About pain medicine

One in five people in Australia and New Zealand will experience chronic – or persistent – pain at some stage in their lives.

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