Content TitleAllied Links - Resources Page Content**New** What You Need to Know About Opioid Pain MedicinesDivision of Patient Safety Staff Partnerships (DPSP)DPSP has a program called MedSun (Medical Product Safety Network), which is designed to improve our understanding of medical device use so that the FDA, healthcare facilities, clinicians, and manufacturers can better address safety concerns. Over 350 health care facilities, primarily hospitals, participate in the MedSun network. Trained MedSun Representatives from these sites come from Risk Management, Patient Safety, Quality Improvement, Biomedical/ Clinical Engineering, Physicians and Nurses, Materials Management, and Surgical Services. On the website navigation pane is a link to the MedSun Newsletter. If you click on "Get e-mail updates" you will receive monthly updates. Emerging Solutions in PainEnd of Life Care/Hospice/Palliative CareGeriatricFDA - Safe Use InitiativeHealth PolicyThe Mesothelioma CenterMesothelioma Cancer AllianceMesotheliomaGuideMesotheliomaHelpNational Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is interested in improving clinical outcomes by providing science-based resources to nurses and other clinicians about drug abuse and addiction. To help achieve that goal, NIDA developed NIDAMED, a portfolio of resources for clinicians that includes drug abuse and addiction related screening tools, CME courses, patient materials, and curriculum resources.National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW)A Collaborative Approach to the Treatment of Pregnant Women with Opioid Use Disorder: Practice and Policy Considerations for Child Welfare and Collaborating Service ProvidersPainACTIONPainEDU.orgYour Nurse Salary Guide - In an effort to help nurses understand the numerous factors that influence pay rates across the country, Nurse.com has launched “Your Nurse Salary Guide,” a free digital resource.The guide includes articles and continuing education opportunities that help nurses understand financial and non-financial factors when applying for a new job, along with interviewing tips, the importance of salary negotiation and how market and culture influence salaries.The guide also includes the 4.0-hour complimentary CE series “Infuse your nursing career with balance and motivation,” which includes one CE course and three recorded webinars. The series is available courtesy of Capella University.Report a broken link here.ASPMN® is not responsible for the content or opinions presented in the allied links. Links are selected on the basis of their potential value to the membership and leadership of ASPMN®. Sites that appear to be controversial, out-of-date, or overzealous in supporting unproven interventions are avoided. However, in the rapidly changing worlds of the Internet and pain management, clinical practice and Web sites may change more rapidly than our ability to evaluate the continued appropriateness of every site with which it is linked. ASPMN® cannot be held responsible for the content of other websites. Additionally, ASPMN® does not endorse any commercial product or services, and internet-based linkages should not be construed as an endorsement.