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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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PS01(PM) Appendix 2 Opioid Dose Equivalence

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New patient information video about opioids

The Faculty of Pain Medicine has partnered with NPS MedicineWise to produce a new animated video aimed at helping people make an informed decision with their doctor about whether to start taking an opioid medicine for chronic non-cancer pain.

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Monthly media digest: January 2020

A digest of college news coverage from January 2020

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Monthly media digest: February 2020

A digest of college news coverage from February 2020

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PS01(PM) Appendix 1

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