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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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What is pain and how do we manage it?

There are three commonly recognised types of pain.

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Patient resources

We've collated a range of resources for pain patients and their families.

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Our history and heritage

Explore the history of our college and the history of anaesthesia and pain medicine in Australia and New Zealand, including the museum and oral histories.

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Training site accreditation

We accredit hundreds of hospitals and private practices in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore to deliver elements of our anaesthesia, pain medicine, and diving and hyperbaric medicine (DHM) training programs.

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