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Non-opioid strategies for acute pain management

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Subscribers to the Canadian Journal of Anesthesia are invited to read the following article to introduce them to a number of key articles cited in the bibliography. Reading at least the articles preceded by an asterisk (*) allows adequate preparation for the Self-Assessment Program, which can be completed by accessing the Continuing Medical Education (CME) link on the Journal site (http://www.cja-jca.org). Completion of the Self-Assessment Program will entitle subscribers to claim up to ten hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) under section 3 ofCPD options, for a total of up to 20 Maintenance of Certification credits (note that section 3 hours are not limited to a maximum number of credits per five-year period). Obtaining CME credits for this module is not based upon attaining a specific score: the goal of participating is to define potential areas for improvement.

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Beaulieu, P. Non-opioid strategies for acute pain management. Can J Anesth 54, 481 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03022036

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