Pain Management


Cancer Patient Compliance in the Self-Administration of a Pain Assessment Tool
Clinical Decision Making in Pain Management: Contributions of Physician and Patient Characteristics to Variations in Practice
Clinicians Communicating with Patients Experiencing Cancer Pain
Developing and implementing a pain management benchmark
Interventions to overcome clinician- and patient-related barriers to pain management
Oral Transmucosal Fentanyl Citrate in the Outpatient Management of Severe Cancer Pain Crises: A Retrospective Case Series
Use of Strong Opioids in Advanced Cancer Pain: A Randomized Trial

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U.S. Oncologists Rate Selves Highly in Pain Management

Nov 16, 2011 - Although U.S oncologists rate their specialty highly in terms of pain management, they acknowledge treatment barriers to optimal care, and consider their training to be poor, according to a study published online Nov. 14 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.



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