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Pain Management Resources

Pain Management Resources 2017-12-01T14:14:56+00:00

These are resources for providers and other staff who provide primary care for patients with chronic pain.

Guidelines

Policies

Non-medication Treatment/Resources

Pain Groups

  • Behavioral Health Team Chronic Pain Group Manuals (SF DPH Family Health Center)
    • Facilitator and Patient Manuals for 12-week pain group using cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mindfulness techniques
  • Body and Soul:  A Path Toward Healing from Chronic Pain (SF DPH Family Health Center)
    • Manual for 12-week pain group using cognitive behavioral therapy techniques
  • Pain Management and Annual Meeting Handbook (SF DPH Maxine Hall Health Center)
    • Handbook for annual meeting for patients on opioids for education, pain agreement/informed consent, + urine toxicology testing

Opioids

Specialty Treatments

Buprenorphine

  • Buprenorphine for Pain (2014)
    • Presentation by Michelle Geier, PharmD, SFDPH on buprenorphine, evidence + use for chronic pain

Naloxone Prescribing, Education, and Awareness

Substance Use Disorders

  • SBIRT Pocket Card, DSM IV (Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital)
    • Screening, Brief Intervention, + Referral to Treatment for alcohol + drug use (DSM IV)
  • SBIRT Pocket Card, DSM V (Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital)
    • Screening, Brief Intervention, + Referral to Treatment for alcohol + drug use (DSM V)
  • Opioid Treatment Programs (2013)
    •  List of programs in San Francisco

Patient Information

Other San Francisco Health Plan Pain Management Resources here.

Contact Information

  • Paula Lum, MD, MPH, Positive Health Program, HIV/AIDS Division, UCSF/SFGH, paula.lum@ucsf.edu, phone (415) 476 4082 x811
  • Barbara Wismer, MD, MPH, Tom Waddell Urban Health, barbara.wismer@sfdph.org, phone (415) 355 7426
  • Daniel Wlodarczyk, MD, Positive Health Program/Southeast Health Center, DWlodarczyk@php.ucsf.edu – documentation in eClinicalWorks, using i2i Tracks for registries, committees to address concerning behaviors
  • SFGH Clinical Chemistry/Toxicology Fellow – available Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm; call the Clinical Laboratory Information Section, 206-8590 to contact the fellow on call for consultation regarding toxicology questions.  At all other times, call the Clinical Laboratory Information Section, 206-8590, to contact the Resident on-call.
  • San Francisco Health Plan, pain@sfhp.org – feedback email for any questions regarding pain (SFHP program, pharmacy, training requests, general questions)
  • Providers Clinical Support System for Opioid Therapies, pcss-o.orgNational training and mentoring project developed in response to the prescription opioid overdose epidemic

Last update January 2017 Not responsible for the content of any links on this page Maintained by the San Francisco Safety Net Pain Management Work Group