The Faculty has released a statement to address the impact of COVID-19 on training in pain medicine and the wellbeing of trainees.
The Faculty has released a statement in response to queries from members as to the safety of use of injected steroids for pain procedures during the current COVID-19 virus pandemic.
The Faculty is seeking interested centres to pilot approaches outlined in the 2019 publication 'Framework for Provision of Pain Services for Adults Across the UK with Cancer or Life-limiting Disease'.
The Faculty has released an updated position statement on the use of cannabis derived medicinal products in relation to Pain Medicine.
Healthcare organisations including regulators, royal colleges and faculties have issued a set of principles to help protect patient safety and welfare when accessing potentially-harmful medication online or over the phone.
NOW CLOSED Applications are now being accepted for the Essential Pain Management (EPM) UK Deputy Clinical Lead role. Applications close 5pm on Tuesday 19 November 2019.
The Faculty is pleased to note the Chronic Pain Policy Coalition's publication of 'Chronic Pain: Patient Voice and the NHS Long Term Plan'.
Call for applications for the next FPM Trainee Representative.