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FPM and medicinal cannabis

The Faculty of Pain Medicine says there needs to be more clinical evidence about the efficacy of medicinal cannabis before use as a treatment for chronic, non-cancer pain.

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Medicare Benefit Scheme (MBS) pain medicine and anaesthesia item mapping changes from 1 March 2022

Changes to item mapping in the MBS affecting both pain medicine and anaesthesia will come into effect on 1 March 2022.

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Prof docs monthly update

Your monthly digest of professional document developments.

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Acute Pain Management: Scientific Evidence 5th edition

The eagerly anticipated fifth edition is now available as a free download.

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Changes to the FPM curriculum

The faculty has now completed a comprehensive review of the training program curriculum to ensure its accuracy and quality.

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Medicinal cannabis fact sheet

This new resource for patients provides a summary of our position on prescribing medicinal cannabis for people with chronic non-cancer pain.

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MBS decision: FFPMANZAs urged to take action

FPM dean, Associate Professor Mick Vagg, is calling on faculty fellows to condemn the Australian Government's decision to cut $40 million from desperately needed services for people living with chronic pain after it rejected key recommendations from a national taskforce.

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New FPM prof doc

The board has approved a new position statement on the use of ketamine in the management of chronic non-cancer pain

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2022 Australian federal election priorities

The college has provided a 2022 election priorities statement to the major political parties.

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Monthly media digest: May/June 2022

A digest of college news coverage for May/June 2022

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