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15 Articles in Volume 18, Issue #5
Chronic Pelvic Pain: The Need for Earlier Diagnosis and Diverse Treatment
Cross-Linked Hyaluronic Acid for the Management of Neuropathic Pelvic Pain
Fentanyl: Separating Fact from Fiction
Gender Bias and the Ongoing Need to Acknowledge Women’s Pain
Letters to the Editor: 90 MME/day Ceiling; Ehlers-Danlos; Redefining Pain
Post-Menopausal MSK Pain and Quality of Life
PPM Welcomes Dr. Fudin and Dr. Gudin as New Co-Editors
Practitioner as Patient: Understanding Disparities in CRPS
States Take Action to Manage Opioid Addiction
Step-by-Step Injection Technique to Target Endometriosis-Related Neuropathic Pelvic Pain
The Many Gender Gaps in Pain Medicine
The Need for Better Responses to Vulvar Pain
Topical Analgesics for Chronic Pain Conditions
Topical Medications for Common Orofacial Pain Conditions
What’s the safest, effective way to taper a patient off of opioid therapy?

PPM Welcomes Dr. Fudin and Dr. Gudin as New Co-Editors

The dynamic pain care duo takes over the reigns from Dr. Forest Tennant.

Earlier this year, Practical Pain Management (PPM)  announced that long-time Editor-in-Chief Forest Tennant, MD, was retiring into an Editor Emeritus role. With his encouragement to seek new and additional voices from the professional community to help guide our mission going forward, we are proud to announce new Co-Editors-at-Large Jeff Gudin, MD, and Jeffrey Fudin, PharmD.




Says Dr. Tennant, “I feel most honored and pleased to turn the reins of editorship to these two most capable colleagues. Both Dr. Gudin and Dr. Fudin have distinguished careers as clinicians and researchers. Critical to be an editor of PPM is their tolerance and acceptance of various customs involving pain practice throughout the country, and their commitment to help us ride through the numerous pain management controversies of the day. PPM has long been the premier teaching journal for physicians and their medical associates who practice pain management. These two editors will continue our tradition of publishing articles on subjects that fit the great variety of American communities and medical practices, large and small, rural and urban.”

Drs. Fudin and Gudin joined the PPM Editorial Advisory Board in 2014, and have since authored or co-authored more than 60 articles combined on cutting-edge chronic pain assessment and treatment. In addition, they have lent their expertise to tools such as the PPM Opioid Conversion Calculator and a series of literature reviews and commentaries that provide forward-thinking insights into the pain care community. With their complementary backgrounds, which provide a wide view into the intricacies and challenges of the pain care space, they are often paired at speaking engagements across the country. Passionate and driven, they are also eager to make pain management and education more impactful.

Looking ahead, Drs. Fudin and Gudin point to the broadening pain management landscape, which includes now more than ever the crucial roles of primary care physicians, advanced practice providers, neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, pharmacists, and more. “For certain, it takes a whole neighborhood of medical personnel to treat patients in pain, and of course, there’s no shortage of political rhetoric to sort out for our readers,” they said. “As many in the pain community know, there are exciting new analgesic medication classes, as well as various immunological and adjuvant therapies, coming down the pike. PPM will take a lead role in following these therapies through development and subsequent to launch. Other anticipated developments include pharmacogenetics, new pain guidelines and validation tools, software to aid clinicians in appropriate monitoring, and much more. This is an exciting time to be part of such a dynamic and far-reaching journal.”

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