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Opioid prescribing in Australian general practice

Christopher M Harrison, Janice Charles, Joan Henderson and Helena Britt
Med J Aust 2012; 196 (6): 380-381.
doi:
10.5694/mja12.10168

Opioid use is increasing, and not just for chronic conditions or cancer

Christopher M Harrison, BPsych(Hons), MSocHlth, Senior Analyst
Janice Charles, BA, MSc(Med), Project Manager
Joan Henderson, BAppSc(HIM)(Hons), PhD(Med), Deputy Director
Helena Britt, BA, PhD, Director
Family Medicine Research Centre, University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW.
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