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Improving global pain relief by achieving balanced access to opioids worldwide
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MORPHINE PRODUCTION SCALED UP IN KENYA | Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association


Source: MORPHINE PRODUCTION SCALED UP IN KENYA | Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association

Religions together for palliative care | EAPC Blog – Linkis.com


Source: Religions together for palliative care | EAPC Blog – Linkis.com

How SPPAN Went From Tracking A Few State Issues A Year, To Monitoring 1,900 – And Changing The Rules In Several States | Connectivity


Source: How SPPAN Went From Tracking A Few State Issues A Year, To Monitoring 1,900 – And Changing The Rules In Several States | Connectivity

“Living and Dying in Pain; it doesn’t have to happen!” #hpmglobal #Hpm #pallonc #WHPCDay16


It is indeed an honor to be asked deliver this message for World Hospice and Palliative Care Day 2016. This year’s theme “Living and Dying in Pain; it doesn’t have to happen” really summarizes the 20 years of work of the Pain and Policy Studies Group. In fact David Joranson started this work almost 40 … Continue reading

Are the CDC Guidelines on Opioid Prescribing Realistic?


New guidelines have been published to help clinicians prescribe opioids safely and effectively, unfortunately they may not be realistic. Source: Are the CDC Guidelines on Opioid Prescribing Realistic?

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