Free Paper Session 3 – Opioids – Challenges and Recommendations


Free Paper Session 3

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Ms Ria Hopkins, UNSW Sydney, NSW: Self-reported challenges obtaining ongoing prescription opioids among Australians with chronic non-cancer pain
Mr Michael Magee, University of Sydney: Development of a mobile health intervention to support people with chronic pain during opioid taperin: A co-design approach
Ms Amy McNeilage, The University Of Sydney, NSW: Expectations and motivations for opioid tapering in patients with chronic pain: A qualitative study
Professor Paul Glare, Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW: Pain catastrophising is associated with high-dose opioids in patients with cancer-related pain
Ms Amelia Mardon, University Of South Australia, SA: Treatment recommendations for the management of persistent pelvic pain: A systematic review of international clinical practice guidelines
Dr Gerardo Arwi, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA: Effect of Guideline Implementation on Consumption, Storage, and Disposal Patterns of Unused Prescribed Opioids: An Analysis of 200 Surgical Patients

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