Improved pain management can be achieved through the appropriate use of medication (pharmacotherapy), injections (interventional therapy) and psychotherapy (both one to one psychotherapy and group pain management).
Four Systematic reviews are currently in progress with the Cochrane PAPAS group, these reviews are for Fentanyl, Morphine, Hydromorphone, and Paracetamol (with or without codeine) for neuropathic pain.
Oxford since 2007
1. A case series of 4 ultrasound guided perineural catheters where catheter placement was confirmed by on table radio-opaque x ray imaging. Crowley M, Cole P, Mason J. Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine 2010.
2. Amitriptyline for neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia in adults. Moore RA, Derry S, Aldington D, Cole P, Wiffen PJ. Cochrane Database Systematic Reviews. 2012 Dec 12;12:CD008242. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD008242.pub2.
3. Topical capsaicin (high concentration) for chronic neuropathic pain in adults. Derry S, Sven-Rice A, Cole P, Tan T, Moore RA. Cochrane Database Systematic Reviews. 2013 Feb 28;2:CD007393. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD007393.pub3.
4. Cervico-thoracic or lumbar sympathectomy for neuropathic pain and complex regional pain syndrome. Straube S, Derry S, Moore R, Cole P. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2013, Issue 9. Art. No.: CD002918. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD002918.pub3.
5. Antiepileptic drugs for neuropathic pain and fibromyalgia. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2013, Issue 6. Art. No.: CD010567. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD010567.
6. Amitriptyline for fibromyalgia in adults. Moore RA, Derry S, Aldington D, Cole P, Wiffen PJ. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2015, Issue 7. Art. No.: CD011824. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD011824.
7. Amitriptyline for neuropathic pain in adults. Moore R, Derry S, Aldington D, Cole P, WiffenPJ.CochraneDatabaseofSystematicReviews2015,OI: 10.1002/14651858.CD008242.pub3
8. An Email advice service. ‘Pain News’ Spring 2015
9. Essential Pain Medicine Lite: Teaching pain medicine to medical undergraduates. Newsletter of the Faculty of Pain Medicine AUTUMN 2015 Transmitter page 5
10. Essential Pain Medicine Lite: Teaching pain medicine to medical undergraduates.The Royal College of Anaesthetists BULLETIN Issue 94 | November 2015
11. Buprenorphine for neuropathic pain in adults Wiffen PJ, Derry S, Moore AR, Stannard C, Aldington D, Cole P, Knaggs R. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2015; 9:CD011603.PMID:26421677.9.Art.No.:CD011603.
12. Pain Medicine in Oxford -Transmitter Newsletter of the Faculty of Pain Medicine Spring 2016
13. Sleep disturbance in patients taking opioid medication for chronic back pain, a pilot study. Robertson J.*, Purple R.*, Cole P., Zaiwalla Z, Wulff K, Pattinson K. T. S. Anaesthesia. Nov 2016
London- Leeds …as an anaesthetic registrar and consultant
1. Hazards of reinforced tracheal tubes Jayarajah, Cole Anaesthesia 1994.
2. Staff Welfare Cole, Park. Oxford Textbook of Critical Care. 1996. (Published 1999) Oxford University Press.
3. The efficacy and respiratory effects of low dose spinal morphine for postoperative analgesia following knee arthroplasty Cole PJ. MMedSc Dissertation, University of Leeds, Leeds. February 1999
4. The efficacy and respiratory effects of low dose spinal morphine for postoperative analgesia following knee arthroplasty. Cole PJ, Craske DA, Wheatley RG. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2000; 85(2): 233-7
5. letter to the Editor Cole PJ, Craske DA, Wheatley RG. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2001; 86(1)
6. Post caesarean section pain- a neglected and poorly managed problem. Cole, Charlton, Freeman, Dresner. International Journal of Obstetric Anaesthesia. 2000; 9/3:200(P06)
7. Incremental spinal anaesthesia for an elective caesarean section in a patient with Eisenmengers’ syndrome. Cole PJ, Cross MH, Dresner M. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2001; 86(5)
8. An analysis of trainee’s opinion of revalidation, research and assessment. Cole P, Pinder A, Moss E, Hopkins P. RCA Bulletin Jan2002
9. Don’t forget about incremental spinal anaesthesia. Cole P, Dresner M. Letter International Journal of Obstetric Anaesthesia
10. Pain after surgery Stockwell, Cole, Hodges. Yorkshire Medicine May 2001
11. ‘Metabolic emergencies’ -Focus on Crises in Anaesthesia.KAT Forrest and PJ Cole. Current Anaesthesia and Critical Care. 2003 14,24-31
12. Epidural abscess following postoperative epidural analgesia. Horn, Cole. Case report Acute Pain, 2003 5,2,69-72
13. A survey of postoperative pain management in fourteen hospitals in the UK- Moss, Taverner, Norton, Lesser, Cole. Acute Pain (2005) 7, 13-20
14. Management of postoperative Nausea and Vomiting. O'Leary R., Wadhwani S., Cole P. (2006). Student BMJ, 14: 5658.
15. The Jehovah’s Witness and Dementia: who and what define ‘best interest’? Hegde R, Bell MDD, Cole P. Anaesthesia (Aug 2006) 61,8,802-806.
16. Letter to Editor: Hegde R, Bell MDD, Cole P. Anaesthesia 2007; 62: 89-90.
Others..Audits and Posters Presented at national and international meetings
1. Dresner, Freeman, Cole. Obstetric Anaesthesia for patients with chronic back problems. BJA Abstract 1997; 78:107(A349) Poster presented at The European Society of Anaesthesia.
2. Cole P, Stockwell J, Dresner M. Anaesthesia for emergency caesarean section in women already receiving epidural analgesia. International Journal of Obstetric Anaesthesia poster 2001 Obstetric Anaesthetists Association
3. Stockwell, Cole, Hodges. Postoperative pain- enough information?Poster presentation 2002 British Pain Society
4. Stockwell, Cole, Hodges. Postoperative pain- are we doing enough?Poster 2002 British Pain Society
5. Livingstone, Cole, Bagley, Keep. An audit of the Acute Pain teams pain management protocol – implications on the trainee’s workload. Poster presentation 2002 British Pain Society
6. Stockwell, Cole, Jarvi, Sharma. Postoperative analgesia for surgical patients – are we hitting the target (1) Poster presentation 2002 British Pain Society
7. Stockwell, Cole, Jarvi, Sharma. Postoperative analgesia for surgical patients- are we hitting the target (2) Poster presentation 2002 British Pain Society
8. Kimpson, Ferguson Cole. Postoperative nausea and vomiting- are we hitting the target? Poster presentation at the 2002 National Acute Pain Symposium-PRIZE
9. Kimpson, Ferguson Cole Pain Management in the recovery room- are we hitting the target? Poster presentation at the 2002 National Acute Pain Symposium
10. Young, Cole, Berridge, Batchelor, Keep Pain Sisters-Does their presence on the ward improve patient safety? - Poster presented to ACTA- Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthetists- November 2003- PRIZE
11. Batchelor, N, Cole P. Pain nurses do make a difference.Poster -British Pain Society 2006.
12. Broadbridge, Aldington, Cole A survey of interventional pain treatment- a 500 day review Presented IASP Montreal 2008
13. McCormick, Cole P, WHO checklist for the pain intervention room Presented British Pain Society annual meeting 2010
14. Continuous upper limb block for prolonged reconstructive orthopaedic surgery in a patient with poor respiratory reserve: choice of anaesthetic technique and lessons learned. Anna Wallis, Peter Cole and Svetlana Galtazine. 2014 European Society of Regional Anaesthesia Congress and also presented at Regional Anaesthesia UK annual scientific meeting 2014
15. Regional anaesthesia and ‘ketofol’ sedation for major orthoplastic surgery in a high-risk patient with elbow osteomyelitis. Galtazine,Wallis, Freeman, Cole, Stubbs and Ramsden. Oxford Bone Infection Conference 2014