Readership: All clinicians involved in the management of pain including consultants, Specialist Trainees and Foundation level doctors in anaesthesia, general surgery, general medicine, emergency medicine and palliative care. Students of medicine, nursing, physiotherapy, psychology, occupational therapy, and osteopathy. Specialist nurses in pain management, physiotherapists and psychologists in pain management.
Edited by Peter Brook, Consultant in Pain Management & Anaesthesia, Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol, UK, Tony Pickering, Wellcome Advanced Fellow and Honorary Consultant, Departments of Anaesthesia and Physiology, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK, and Jayne Connell, Psychologist in Pain Management, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK
"...leaves no topic uncovered...This is a brilliant effort considering the extent of the information and the brevity of the book...a must read for trainee physicians no matter their specialty..."
"The Oxford Handbook of Pain Management is a remarkable book. In one pocket-sized volume you get the vast world of pain management - from labour analgesia ro opioid pharmacology, from advanced nerve block techniques to the principles of psychodynamics. The breadth of this book - the combined wisdom of 45 specialists - is breathtaking"
"This is another addition to the well-known Oxford Handbook series. It aims to provide a concise 'in-your-pocket' guide to pain management a useful addition to an occupational health department's 'library'. I would
also recommend it to trainees studying for their Membership of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine Part 2 as chronic pain is a common topic." - Occupational Medicine, Feb 2013
1: Acute Pain: Basic Principles
2: Acute Pain: General management techniques
3: Acute Pain: Specific clinical situations
4: Chronic Pain: Basic principles
5: Pharmacological therapies in chronic pain
6: Interventional therapies in chronic pain
7: Chronic pain: Neuromodulation
8: Chronic pain: Surgical techniques
9: Chronic pain: Physical therapy
10: Chronic pain: Psychological techniques
11: Chronic pain: Specific clinical situations