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Fast Facts: Chronic and Cancer Pain, 3e
Who’s it for?
Primary care practitioners, nurses, physical therapists, clinical psychologists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, medical students and trainees across many specialties.
What makes it the best of its kind?
It distills a great deal of pain-related evidence in a highly accessible format, with a focused approach that makes the theory and practice of chronic and cancer pain management feel far more manageable. It is a refreshingly readable overview of this extensive topic at a time when health services around the world are responding to calls to improve the management of painful long-term conditions.
What do others say?
“Succinct, clear and current, this book fulfils its authors' stated intent to be 'a timely resource that provides a concise introduction to the complex and extensive field of chronic pain for all health professionals wanting – and needing – to know more' (as stated on p6)."
Dr Will Howard, Editor of the Australian Pain Society newsletter, Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine (ANZCA)
"The content is rich and worthy of every student’s and young doctor’s consideration. We recommend this book as a standalone guide for the individual as well as a comprehensive resource for wards.”
Jorune Suipyte, Medical Science Director, European Medical Students’ Association
"A well-written resource. It is a wonderfully informative addition to the current literature on chronic pain."
Lacie Filkins, BSN, University of New Mexico Hospital, for Doody's Review Service, USA
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