Physicians' knowledge and attitudes toward the use of analgesics for cancer pain management: a survey of two medical centers in Taiwan.

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The purposes of this study were to examine the attitudes of physicians regarding the optimal use of analgesics for cancer pain management (CPM), to evaluate their knowledge and attitudes toward opioid prescribing, and to comprehend their perceptions of the barriers to optimal CPM. A survey was conducted on 356 physicians with cancer patient care… (More)

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@article{Ger2000PhysiciansKA, title={Physicians' knowledge and attitudes toward the use of analgesics for cancer pain management: a survey of two medical centers in Taiwan.}, author={L P Ger and S. T. Ho and J. J. Wang}, journal={Journal of pain and symptom management}, year={2000}, volume={20 5}, pages={335-44} }