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Slides accompanying lecture covering: how the body sense pain; the various drug groups involved in treating pain; the mechanism of action and the major adverse effects of these drugs

Introduction to Pain Week

Contains 1. Overview of the field 2. Case (video) 3. Supporting information for the case 4. Resources for the supporting information a. Sciatica Option Grid b. NICE neuropathic pain pathway c. Startback d. Pain Management Programmes information 5. REsources for introductory lecture a.CMO England report on Pain


Slides accompanying lecture covering: the pathophysiology of pain; opioid receptors; analgesic uses of opioids; non-analgesic effects of opioids; opioid tolerance and dependence

Pain - Normal and Patho-Physiology

Exploring perceptions and experiences of pain

Pain Management Lecture

Lecture from Sonia Rushby & Charlotte Dore

Physiology of Pain and Chronic Pain

Slides accompanying lecture covering the peripheral and central mechanisms involved in the detection, transmission and response to pain

Psychological factors and interventions for chronic pain

Slides accompanying lecture covering: models, theories and research on the psychology of pain; the types of psychological interventions used in chronic pain

The gate control theory of pain

Information about the gate control theory of pain, from Chesterfield PCT Health Psychology service

Virtual patient: pain

Case study - John Regan with chronic pain

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