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Opioid Reduction Advice and Guidance – (pending service)
This is a service which is due to be in place by October 2021.
The advice and guidance is for patients whom are seeking help with reduction of opioids, those whom opiate use is escalating and there is a safety concern, patients whom are taking more than 100mg oral morphine equivalent a day. The formal pathway for A and G is currently in progress, but in the meantime please address queries to email@example.com
These queries will be shared with and opinion sought from SDAS and a reply generated within 5 working days.
Resources section for GPs to refer patients to.
Suzanne Carty, Clinical lead at the Somerset Community Pain Management Service gives a presentation about the service and what it does.
Advice, tips and tools to help you make the best choices about your health and wellbeing.
Ten footsteps to living well with pain: An interactive guide to help you get back on track for living well despite your chronic pain.
For registered users
How do I register?
If you have been referred to the Somerset Community Pain Management Service and have received your first appointment letter, you will have been given access to Patients Online at the same time and told how to register. You can do this at Register, below.
If you've received your first appointment letter but are unable to register on the platform, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register for our Patients online service
Get information, take action and be supported
Join our online community of other people managing pain with the Somerset Community Pain Management Service