Journal of Opioid Management

"What are the latest clinical applications of opioids in medicine?"

"How should healthcare providers prescribe and manage patients on opioid therapies to enhance outcomes and reduce risk to the patient."

"What is the latest basic science in opioids and pain pathways?"

"How should I modify my practice to stay out of the legal and regulatory 'cross-hairs' in this challenging environment?"

Journal of Opioid Management addresses these important questions and many more faced by medical professionals as they deal with the complexities of opioid therapies.

Journal of Opioid Management is a peer-reviewed, professional journal that addresses all aspects of the safe use and management of opioids. The Journal provides guidance to physicians and healthcare professionals on how to safely prescribe and responsibly manage these important drugs.

Journal of Opioid Management topics and features include:

· The latest basic science and clinical application of opioid therapy
· Guidelines on proper opioid prescribing and compliance
· Latest information on Opioid-REMS
· Legal issues and the ongoing regulatory environment
· And much more!

Designed to meet the challenge faced by medical professionals as they prescribe opioids, Journal of Opioid Management fills what's been called "a dangerous gap" in medical literature at a time when the Federal spotlight has been switched on to the rising problem of abuse and addiction tied to these prescription painkillers.

With an editorial review board of the world's leading experts in the field, under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief, Paul A. Sloan, MD, Journal of Opioid Management addresses all aspects of the use and safe management of opioids. It provides guidance to physicians and healthcare professionals on how to safely prescribe and responsibly manage these drugs. Subscribe today!



Call for Presentations - 2019 International Conference on Opoioids

Deadline December 1, 2018
The International Conference On Opioids (ICOO 2019) Program Committee invites the submission of proposals for Presentations, Posters, Workshops and Corporate Satellite Symposia to be presented during the eighth annual International Conference On Opioids. 

The Future of Opioids: Pain Management and the Public Health 
June 9-11, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts at the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School. 
   Expanding on the success of our past conferences, this unique forum will be comprised of renowned specialists in all aspects of opioids. This includes the latest advances in basic science, neurology, clinical application, pharmacology, pharmacogenetics, public health, opioid addiction, ethics, legal, regulatory and compliance. The program is designed to enlighten healthcare providers with new data, essential information, and best practices every medical professional needs to know when managing patients on opioid analgesics. 

   The ICOO 2019 Program Committee requests proposals representing all areas of opioid research, treatment, ethics, opioid abuse and addiction. Proposals from individuals and panels will be considered. Multidisciplinary panels are encouraged to include perspectives from physicians, nurses, psychologists, basic scientists, pharmacists, etc. Moderators should seek participation from a varied group of faculty with a maximum of four participants per proposal. Proposals that include both basic and clinical science are encouraged. 
Download a ICOO 2019 Submission Form here. 
Click on the "more" button to the right for details.
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All Journal of Opioid Management back issue archives are now available on this system.

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Vol 14, No 6 (2018): November/December

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Table of Contents


Stacey McCaffrey, PhD, Kelly A. Manser, BA, Kimberlee J. Trudeau, PhD, Gwendolyn Niebler, DO, Colville Brown, MD, Donna Zarycranski, MS, Simon H Budman, PhD
Kellye Donovan, PharmD, PhD, MHA, Stephen Kogut, PhD, MBA, Ashley Buchanan, DrPH, MS, Xuerong Wen, PhD, MPH, Robert Crausman, MD, MMS
Joseph V. Pergolizzi, Jr, MD, Robert Taylor, Jr, PhD, John Bisney, MA, Jo Ann LeQuang, BA, Robert B. Raffa, PhD, Fabianna Pergolizzi, JD, Daniel Colucci, Lisa Batastini, JD, BS Pharm
Shawn A. Kucera, PhD, Michael S. Zamloot, BS ChE, Michael M. Crowley, PhD, Lindsay H. Burns, PhD, Nadav Friedmann, PhD, MD, Remi Barbier, MBA

Clinical Report

Nadav Friedmann, PhD, MD, Michael R. Marsman, PharmD, Annelies W. de Kater, PhD, Lindsay H. Burns, PhD, Lynn R. Webster, MD

Review Articles

Taylor Rogerson, BSc, Anthony Houston II, BA, Garrett Lyman, BS, Jenna Ogden, BS, Kevin Paschall, BS, Mark Penaranda, BA, Alex Rios, BS, Robert Wetzel, MD, Joseph Horzempa, PhD
Wenling Jian, MD, Damoon Rejaei, MD, Ahmed Shihab, MD, Theodore A. Alston, MD, PhD, Jingping Wang, MD, PhD

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