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SIP 2014 Symposium: Proposed future goals (1) Training

Nick Ross, Bart Morlion – SIP

SIP 2014 Symposium: Proposed future goals (1) Training
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When asked which goal he would put forward as a priority goal for SIP for the next year, Prof Morlion suggests to focus on encouraging better pain training in undergraduate medical courses, as well as postgraduate courses. EFIC has created the benchmark already, and that needs to be used. .

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