Toward Safe Accessibility of Opioid Pain Medicines in Vietnam and Other Developing Countries: A Balanced Policy Method
Opioid Availability and Palliative Care in Nepal: Influence of an International Pain Policy Fellowship
Do national drug control laws ensure the availability of opioids for medical and scientific purposes?
Improving Global Opioid Availability for Pain & Palliative Care: A Guide to a Pilot Evaluation of National Policy
Examining Influences on the Availability of and Access to Opioids for Pain Management and Palliative Care
Wanted: A public health approach to prescription opioid abuse and diversion (Editorial)
State medical board members' beliefs about pain, addiction, and diversion and abuse: A changing regulatory environment
The Federal Drug Enforcement Administration "prescription series" proposal: Continuing concerns
Interpreting changes in state laws and regulations governing the use of controlled substances to treat pain
A time series analysis of the effect of California regulatory changes on multiple provider episodes
Ensuring patient access to essential medicines while minimizing harmful use: A revised WHO tool to improve national drug control policy
Using a morphine equivalence metric to quantify opioid consumption: Examining the capacity to provide effective treatment of debilitating pain at the global, regional and country levels
Improving availability of opioid pain medications: Testing the principle of balance in Latin America
Access to therapeutic opioid medications in Europe by 2011? Fifty years from the single convention on narcotic drugs.
Integrating palliative care in public health: The Colombian experience following an International Pain Policy Fellowship
Improving the availability and accessibility of opioids for the treatment of pain: The International Pain Policy Fellowship