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pain management


Palliative care professionals warn that even the temporary medicines supplied for pain relief under Section 19A have not provided stable supply Long standing challenges around the supply of critical pain …

As pharmacy health services for women expand, what do pharmacists need to know to differentiate pelvic pain that can be self-managed vs pain that warrants further assessment? In this webinar, …

This 30-minute Clinical Pharmacy Update session from APP2024 explores the gender disparity in pain management revealed by 2023 consumer research, where 1 in 2 Australian women felt their pain was …

An updated Australian practice standard in pain management for pharmacy services has been released by the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia The update details current best practice for the …

Discontinuation of pain medicines means 鈥渄ire鈥 shortages 鈥 and workarounds mean barriers for many palliative patients, hospital pharmacist warns The Society of Hospital Pharmacist of Australia and several other stakeholders …

This 30-minute podcast discusses the medicines in the S3 analgesic category and how they can be most appropriately used. It explores how pharmacists may leverage S3 scheduled medicines to better …

This podcast discusses the practical use of the new Australasian College of Pharmacy guidelines for acute paediatric pain and fever management in community pharmacy, published in 2023. Presented by Karalyn …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Indications for omega-3 fatty acid supplementation in prevention of cardiovascular disease Fish oil and combination preparations of eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic …

There is good evidence for the use of topical preparations to manage inflammation and pain in musculoskeletal conditions including soft tissue injuries; localised soft tissue rheumatism and localised forms of …

New opioid deprescribing guidelines have been published by researchers led by a hospital pharmacist In her work in the hospital sector, early career pharmacist Dr Aili Langford has already seen …

In an evolving pain management landscape, what is the way forward? Joyce McSwan discusses OTC analgesics Misuse of analgesics has become a major concern in recent years, leading to the …

It鈥檚 efficacious, it鈥檚 widely used and it鈥檚 easily accessed…and it鈥檚 sometimes deadly. Dr Santosh Rudrawar, Denise L Hope and A/Prof Michelle A King BPharm investigate paracetamol and the upcoming changes …