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Improving Global Opioid Availability for Pain & Palliative Care: A Guide to a Pilot Evaluation of National Policy

Citation:

Pain & Policy Studies Group. Improving Global Opioid Availability for Pain & Palliative Care: A Guide to a Pilot Evaluation of National Policy. University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center. Madison, WI; 2013.

Group. Our purpose for making these research results available is to promote education and policy change. We ask that anyone who wishes to use the policy data published herein for the purposes of research seek permission from the PPSG.

Do national drug control laws ensure the availability of opioids for medical and scientific purposes?

Citation:

S Asra Husain a, Marty Skemp Brown a & Martha A Maurer

Objective

To determine whether national drug control laws ensure that opioid drugs are available for medical and scientific purposes, as intended by the 1972 Protocol amendment to the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs.