And pain is something many of us experience - studies by The British Pain Society show that almost 10 million Britons suffer pain almost daily - 25% of those will lose their jobs.
What does BPS stand for?
BPS stands for British Pain Society (UK)
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It's for this reason the trade association for the manufacturers of OTC medicines, the Proprietary Association of Great Britain (PAGB), and the British Pain Society (BPS) have published a leaflet explaining how to manage pain effectively using OTC medicines.
Throughout his career, the 67-year-old - known as Ed to friends and family - was president of the British Pain Society, a founding member of the International Association for the Study of Pain and honorary secretary of the Council of the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland, to name but a few.
: Pain facts:The 2005 Pain Survey, by the British Pain Society, revealed: Almost 10m people in Britain suffer pain nearly every day.
Only 2% were on oxycodone or other potent opioids, despite guidelines from the British Pain Society and other groups supporting the use of such agents for persistent noncancer pain refractory to less powerful agents, added Dr.
The Special Interest Group of the British Pain Society for Philosophy and Ethics was formed in response to this gap and its members have produced the 11 papers presented here by Wemyss-Gorman (retired consultant in anesthesia and pain medicine, Princes Royal Hospital, Hawywards Heath, England).