West of Scotland School of Anaesthesia
- Basic Pain Training
- Intermediate Pain Training
- (Key Module Pain Handbook)
- Higher Pain Training
- Advanced Pain Training
- Pain Contacts
- Pain Education Group
- The Knowledge Network
- Oxford Pain Site
- (Meetings and Tutorials)
- (Recommended Reading)
- WoS Pain Group
- North British Pain Association
- British Pain Society
- Faculty of Pain Medicine
- International Association for the Study of Pain
Key Unit in Pain Management (KUPM) (ST3/4)
Coordinator Dr Colin Rae
A 4-5 week attachment, starting on the first Wednesday of the month and ending on the first Tuesday of the following month.
A few weeks before your KM is due to start you will be contacted by e-mail, and allocated a placement. Your timetable will be emailed to you by the current pain fellow.
Documents / Links
Complete at least one of each of CbD, Mini-CEX and DOPs during each key unit of training. You will be allocated a Pain Management Local Educational Supervisor, who you will be timetabled to be with, once a week, during your block. Please have a Feedback form completed by them at the end of your one month block. See the Key Module handbook for advice on completing these assessments during your KUPM.
For future KUPM allocations (for the next 2 years), please see the latest KUPM allocation table. Please note that you must be a registered user of this site to view the allocation table.