Assessment and Management of Chronic Pain

Published Online: Friday, August 12, 2011
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According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, more than 30 million Americans suffer from chronic pain on a daily basis, and many of these patients feel that their pain isn’t being adequately addressed. Listen to this podcast to obtain an overview of chronic pain, and information about traditional pharmacologic management, appropriate use of opioids, and the adjuvant therapies available for these patients. Although this podcast is directed at physicians, the content can be extremely useful for pharmacists.

To listen to this podcast, click here.
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