With Professor Sam Ahmedzai
8 Dec 2015
Cancer pain is the most feared symptom, often undertreated, and yet is one of the most treatable of cancer complaints
14 Aug 2015
There is a substantial body of evidence to suggest that the pain education provided by many undergraduate courses is inadequate preparation for clinical practice. This represents a major concern, given that chronic pain is both common and often poorly managed.
7 Jul 2015
Pain often requires multimodal treatment, with pharmacotherapies frequently supplemented by non-pharmacological approaches. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a good example; hypnosis is another, albeit less commonly used.
26 May 2015
Chronic pain can occur due to a number of musculoskeletal conditions. These conditions are common, with over nine million people in the UK affected by arthritis alone. An estimated 40% of adults experience an episode of spinal pain arising from the back or neck in any one year.
With Professor Sam AhmedzaiIndividualizing cancer pain therapy
With Dr Judith PaiceCancer pain: Are we making progress?
With Dr Karen H SimpsonAcupuncture for chronic pain and pain vulnerability
With Dr Panagiotis Zis and Professor Kallol Ray ChaudhuriPain in Parkinson’s disease: classification and management