Personalise your own 6-module Better Pain Management package

Price: AUD $181.50

Personalise your learning journey by selecting any six modules from a diverse range of multi-disciplinary options. 

Whether you're looking to enhance your understanding of common pain conditions or delve into specific areas, you have the freedom to tailor your learning package to achieve better health outcomes for patients with persistent pain.

Purchase any six BPM e-learning modules of your choice and enjoy a fantastic 10% discount per module! All this at an affordable price of $165.00 + GST.

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Uncover and understand the indications for interventional procedures used in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain. Commonly performed management procedures for pain reduction are explained in detail, and you will acquire skills for informing patients about these procedures - managing expectations of their efficacy. $35.00 + GST


Content authors

Dr Matthew Frei MBBS, FAChAM

Clinical Director, Turning Point Treatment Services, Eastern Health, Vic.

Jacqueline Hunt, BNurs, MScMed (Pain Mgt)

Clinical Nurse Consultant, Barwon Health Pain Management Unit, University Hospital Geelong, Vic.

Member of the Australian Pain Society.



Specialist Pain Medicine Physician.

The Geelong Hospital Barwon Health.

Pain Matrix HealthScope Geelong Private Hospital, Vic.



Head of Department, Drug Health Services, Concord Repatriation General Hospital.

Senior Staff Specialist, Drug Health Services, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, NSW.

Clinical Senior Lecturer, Discipline of Addiction Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, NSW.


Contributing experts


General Practitioner and Pain Management Consultant, Sydney.

Senior Clinical Tutor, Universities of Sydney and Notre Dame.

GP Editor of the publication Pain Management Today.


Dr Aston Wan MBBCh, MA, GDMM, MClEpid, MPainMed, MHeadacheMed, PCertMedEd, AFRACMA, FFPMANZCA

Director and Specialist Pain Physician.

Senior Lecturer, University of Queensland.

Persistent Pain Service, Division of Rehabilitation.

Princess Alexandra Hospital, Qld.


Medical writer

Karyn Weitzner, PhD


Effectively managing pain in children requires an in depth knowledge of their pain physiology and wider social influences. Prevent and manage acute pain, common episodic or recurrent pain problems. Improve your practice by identifying the consequences of pain during development from premature infants to adolescents. Learn more! $35.00 + GST


Understand the importance of a whole-person approach to pain assessment and its complexities, including a modern 'sociopsychcobiomedical' perspective of the pain experience and how to recognize key pathophysiological pathways that underly pain. Develop techniques for a more skillful patient communication of your diagnosis. $35.00 + GST


Recognise and determine the presence of psychological comorbidities in patients with persistent pain. Learn how to assess patients at a heightened risk of progression to long-term distress and disability - using a system of red and yellow flags. Understand the role of pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapies in pain management. $35.00 + GST


Competently perform a thorough patient assessment and manage complex chronic pain presentations. Further examine pain as a multi-dimensional condition involving thoughts, behaviours, nutrition, and other perspectives that directly influence the physical processing of pain. Learn to educate patients on multidisciplinary pain management.


Use a systematic assessment approach to diagnose neuropathic pain, including how to distinguish between neuropathic and nociceptive pain. Develop treatment plans to address common comorbidities, together with a rational choice of investigations in the diagnostic process, knowing when referral is indicated. $35.00 + GST


Develop an evidence-based approach to assessing low back pain using practical and time-efficient strategies. Specialist clinicians demonstrate how to further define clinical problems using structured physical examinations. Understand why a multimodal vs unimodal approach to low back pain presentations is likely to be more effective.



Develop clearer decision-making in opioids prescribing for those with non-malignant chronic pain. Learn best practice pain management techniques for clinically-responsible patient outcomes, whilst reducing opioid dependence and harm. FPM pain specialists show how to use non-pharmacological therapies, optimising opioid treatment plans. $35.00 + GST


Understand the pathophysiology of pain and how different types of medication can target the pain pathway. Execute a more targeted approach to the choice of pharmacological treament, matching drug therapies with the underlying causititive mechanisms of pain - avoiding sub-optimal patient outcomes that may be due to higher doses of ineffective drugs. $35.00 + GST


Capturing less understood causes of chronic musculoskeletal conditions, learn how to better manage pain associated with trauma, postural strain, repetition and age-related changes to the integrity of structures. Includes common types of non-rheumatological causes of musculoskeletal pain, with their pathological mechanisms and diagnosis. 


Develop your skills in the ongoing management of acute or traumatic pain, post-surgical. With increasing early recovery protocol trends, learn to support and manage discharge patients under your care. Understand professional requirements of managing post-surgical acute pain in the community, with risks/benefits of opioids in managing pain. $35.00 + GST


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