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Managing pain in practice

Managing pain in practice provides a broad range of articles for all healthcare professionals who deal with pain management. As well as specialist nurses working in an acute setting, the journal will be of particular interest to GPs and others in the community who help patients with pain control on a day-to-day basis.

Supported by a multidisciplinary Editorial Board, and headed by a highly respected Editor and Consultant Editor, Managing pain in practice offers guidance, updates and practical advice that reflects current thinking in the field of pain management.

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Editor: Dominic Aldington BSc MBBS FRCA FFMRCA Consultant in Pain Medicine, Pain Clinic, Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester, UK. 

Consultant Editor: Andrew Moore MA DPhil CChem FRSC FRCA DSc Director of Research, Pain Research Unit, University of Oxford, UK.


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Managing pain in practice​ was previously supported by Meda Pharmaceuticals from 2010 to 2011.

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