Pain News - Back Copies

Pain News is the Society's quarterly newsletter, accessible online exclusively for Members, which provides information on a range of pain related issues. Contributions are encouraged from British Pain Society Member.

Back Copies

December 2017

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Content:
Twitterchat as educational tool
Estimating others pain intensity, to what extend do clinicians reply on nonverbal behaviours?
Anaesthetists view of managing children's pain post-surgery


September 2017

Content:
Pain Apps - are they useful?
Pelvic Pain support network
Facult of Pain Medicine History
A rare case of Facioscapulohumeral syndrome (FSHS) with widespread chronic pain



June 2017

 

Content:
Transition - not just a paediatric issue
Opioid prescribing guidelines
MDT approach to manage sickle cell disease
 


March 2017

Content:



December 2016

Content:
To heal or not to heal
New perspective on placebo
Apps, Bots and Wearables: The future is here at present
Educating secondary school students about peadiatric chronic pain
Misuse of gabapentinoids


September 2016

Contents:
A different perspective on pain
Are men difficult to engage in pain self managment?
Oxycodone in children
Training on pain management for neonates, children and young people


June  2016


Contents:
Management of pain in people with dementia in the hospital
Some ethical dilemmas
Virtuous patient
Patient reported outcome measures


March 2016

Contents:
Social media for professionals in Pain Medicine
Impact of dysmenorrhea
The diagnosis – shades of grey
The tyranny of hidden waiting list

 


 

December 2015

Contents:
Can drawings assist us in understanding
children’s pain better?
Breaking the silence – FGM and Chronic pain
Language specific PMP
Social Ecology where politics meets pain

 


September 2015

newsletter vol 12 2

Contents:
Third sector
It’s all in your head
Smartphone technology and yoga in pain management
Role of kinesiology in pain management
Consent for chronic post surgical pain

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June 2015
newsletter vol 12 2.

Contents:
Social inequality
Changing practice, challenging systems
Living with effects of thalidomide
Art of chronic pain management in animals


March 2015

newsletter vol 13 1

Contents:
Attentional bias modification
Power of invalidation in consultation in chronic pain
Bad back and silverbacks
Reflection on pain experience


December 2014

newsletter vol 12 2

Contents:
Things they don’t tell you about depression
Pain medicine training - a trainee’s perspective
Can you feel my pain?
Should placebos have a role in clinical practice?
New BPS Trading company announced


September 2014

Contents:
Social Media – benign influence or spin?
Changing attitude towards analgesics
Where is your pain?
Teams in Pain Management
Spotlight - Antony Chuter


June 2014

Contents:
Prescription opioid and driving
Tramadol is classified
Do nurses care?
Painful Truth
Spotlight - Jenny Nicholas


March 2014

Contents:
SIGN Guidelines
Picturing Pain
Good-Bye Pain
Yorkshire Health Study


December 2013

Contents:
Fit for work team
Return to work
Laughing the pain away
Why not a career in pain medicine
Changing the culture of pain management


September 2013

Contents:
Spice analgesia
Saving starfish
Antibiotics for back pain
Harnessing patient power


June 2013

Contents:
Bournemouth ASM 2013
Targets in healthcare
Difficult patients
Jumbulance


March 2013

Contents:
Octave analgesia
National Pain Audit launch
Trust me, I’m a patient
Numbers needed to heal


December 2012

Contents:
Special Issue on Pain Patient Pathways


September 2012

Contents:
Physician, heal thyself
Mindfulness – the Art of Presence
Pain Patient Pathways implementation
Report of the First English Pain Summit
Online Pain Management Programme
Interdisciplinary nature of the PMPs


June 2012

Contents:
Mask: Mirror: Membrane
Time to listen pain
Books on prescription
PMP self-management
NHS reforms and pain services
Engagement in the new health service


March 2012

Contents:
Pain Summit report
ASM Liverpool
Does diagnosis promote disability?
Social media and pain
Knitting and pain
Spinal steroid injections
Cost-effectiveness of pain clinic