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:

  • Updates on FDA Approvals: Abuse Deterrent Opioid Formulations and Their Applications
  • The latest basic science and clinical application of opioid therapy
  • Tapering Patients Off Opioids
  • Alternatives to Opioid Therapy for Pain
  • Treatment of Co-Morbid Conditions, e.g. Addiction and Bipolar Disorder and Addiction
  • Patient Selection for Use of Opioids to Treat Pain; Detecting Abuse, Diversion and Addiction
  • Use of Opioids in Chronic Non-Cancer Patients as well as Cancer Survivors
  • Opioid Education for Prescribers - Does it work?
  • Tapering Patients Off Opioids
  • Opioid Management in the midst of an opioid crisis for palliative care patients
  • Rethinking Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
  • Guidelines on proper opioid prescribing and compliance
  • Legal issues and the ongoing regulatory environment 
  • Medical Marijuana and Opioids
  • 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!

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Due to a server error late last week, we had to roll back any changes that were made to the JOM Journal system going back to July 13th.

What this means is that if you made any changes to your subscription or user details between July 13, 2019 12:00am EDST and July 19, 2019 8:11am EDST, those changes where lost.  We are working to manually enter subscription orders lost during that time.

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Vol 15, No 3 (2019): May/June

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Table of Contents

Letters to the Editor

Deepak Gupta, MD, Shushovan Chakrabortty, MD, PhD
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181-182

Articles

Felicia R. Bixler, MS, Thomas R. Radomski, MD, MS, Susan L. Zickmund, PhD, KatieLynn M. Roman, BA, Leslie R. M. Hausmann, PhD, Carolyn T. Thorpe, PhD, MPH, Jennifer A. Hale, BS, Florentina E. Sileanu, MS, Walid F. Gellad, MD, MPH
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183-191
Harshal Kirane, MD, Elina Drits, DO, Seungjun Ahn, MS, Sandeep Kapoor, MD, Jonathan Morgenstern, PhD, Joseph Conigliaro, MD, Jay Enden, MD
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193-204
Emily Dawson, MPH, Julia Lew, MD Candidate, Dane Mauer-Vakil, BKin, Adam Van Dijk, MSc, Paul Belanger, PhD, Kieran M. Moore, MD
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205-212
Deepa Kattail, MD, MHS, Aaron Hsu, MHS, Myron Yaster, MD, Paul T. Vozzo, BA, Shuna Gao, BA, John M. Thompson, MD, Debra L. Roter, DrPH, Dawn Laporte, MD, R. Frank Henn 3rd, MD, John E. Fiadjoe, MD, Constance L. Monitto, MD
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213-228
Chris A. Rees, MD, MPH, Melanie Brooke Bernhardt, PharmD, Elizabeth A. Camp, PhD, Jessica S. Lin, BA, Corrie E. Chumpitazi, MD, MS
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229-233
Alina Boltunova, MD, Robert S. White, MD, MS, Selaiman Noori, MD, Stephanie A. Chen, BA, Licia K. Gaber-Baylis, BA, Roniel Weinberg, MD
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235-251
Saurabh B. Bhardwaj, MD, Gerald Cochran, PhD, Julie Kmiec, DO
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253-259

Clinical Report

Lauren E. Bode, PharmD, BCPS
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261-262

Full Issue

 
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177-262
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