Transcript – Programme 51: At the community pain management programme

For a Welsh language version of this transcript please click here. For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Practical insights and life-changing experiences on a community pain management course In the previous edition of Airing Pain we explored the pros and cons of taking pain
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Transcript – Airing Pain Programme 48: Nursing beyond drugs

How nurses can use relaxation therapy, massage, acupuncture and empathy to help people manage their pain
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Transcript – Programme 46: Post-herpetic neuralgia and migraine

Busting some myths about shingles and post-herpetic neuralgia, and the dos and don’ts of managing migraines
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Transcript – Programme 38: Can your pharmacy help?

For a PDF of this transcript please click here. Finding out about the role of the pharmacist and how service users can get the most from them Paul Evans speaks to Professor David Taylor from the University College London School of Pharmacy about the perceptions and reality of the phar
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Transcript – Airing Pain Programme 44: Pain management at both extremes of life

Pain experienced by the very young and very old, and the similar issues arising when dealing with these very different types of patient.
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Amitriptyline

Amitriptyline is one of the most frequently used drugs to treat chronic pain. Dr Mick Serpell explains how amitriptyline works and gives reassurance about the side effects that you might experience, especially in the early stages
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