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e-PAIN Update: New sessions online

19 Feb 2015

There are new sessions available on e-PAIN including those in Pharmacological Treatments, Interventions and Neuropathic Pain. A full list of the new sessions can be found below: Module 03.01: Pharmacological Treatments Paracetamol Opioids: basic principles Commonly used...

Have your say on the future of anaesthetic and perioperative care!

04 Feb 2015

The National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia (NIAA) and the James Lind Alliance (JLA) are conducting a research priority setting exercise in Anaesthesia and Perioperative care. Last year, we conducted an initial survey to gather research suggestions from patients, carers,...

Queen's New Year Honours List 2015

05 Jan 2015

The RCoA and FPM are delighted to see that Dr Beverly Collett has been recognised in the Queen's New Year Honours List 2015. Dr Collett received an OBE for her services to pain management. Additionally, Colonel Peter Mahoney (OBE) has been appointed as the Queen's Honorary...

Pregabalin and gabapentin: advice for prescribers on the risk of...

17 Dec 2014

PHE and NHS England have published an expert group’s advice for prescribers on the risk of misuse of pregabalin and gabapentin, and suggestions for a balanced and rational use of these medicines. The advice will be of use to local healthcare providers and clinicians. The...

Survey: Children with Chronic Pain

10 Dec 2014

The British Pain Society’s Pain in Children Special Interest Group is carrying out a survey to explore current practices in relation to the treatment offered to children with chronic pain in the UK. Research would suggest that there are many more children with chronic pain than...

Board of the Faculty of Pain Medicine Election Results 2014

14 Nov 2014

The Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anaesthetists is pleased to announce the results of the Board election held on 31 October 2014.  There were three seats open on the Faculty Board and five candidates stood for election. Candidate Votes Outcome Miller, Barry...

e-PAIN Update: New Modules Online

01 Oct 2014

There are two new modules available to access on e-PAIN. Module 08.2: Paediatric Pain aims to highlight the differences between adult and paediatric pain as well as teaching healthcare professionals about the assessment of pain in children. There are also sessions specific to...

FPM Patient Information Leaflets

24 Jun 2014

The Faculty of Pain Medicine has produced patient information leaflets on medications commonly used to treat persistent pain. The first five provide basic information on amitriptyline, nortriptyline, pregabalin, gabapentin and duloxetine. They were created with the help of...

e-PAIN Update: New Sessions and eLibrary now online

16 Jun 2014

There are several new sessions now available to access on e-PAIN including sessions on: Acute Pain Neuropathic Pain Pain in Pregnancy Pain in Older People Cancer Pain A full list of modules and sessions can be found here. In addition the e-PAIN eLibrary module contains Pain...

Response to BMJ article on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

06 Jun 2014

The FPM together with CRPS Guideline Group, British Pain Society, Chronic Pain Policy Coalition and Royal College of General Practitioners Chronic Pain Lead have produced a response to Dr Chris Bass’s personal view article in the BMJ ‘Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Medicalises...

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