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Call for an Urgent Action on Forced Opioid Tapering

Call for an Urgent Action on Forced Opioid Tapering

Call for an Urgent Action on Forced Opioid Tapering Synopsis Opioid tapering guidelines were created, in part, to decrease harm to patients resulting from high-dose opioid therapy for chronic pain ...
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Implementing models of care for musculoskeletal conditions in health systems to support value-based care

Implementing models of care for musculoskeletal conditions in health systems to support value-based care

Implementing models of care for musculoskeletal conditions in health systems to support value-based care Synopsis Recognition is growing that to create patient‐centred care, health‐care organizations need to more directly engage ...
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What can patients contribute and why it is needed?

What can patients contribute and why it is needed?

What can patients contribute and why it is needed? Synopsis If patient-oriented research is intended to focus on priorities that are important to patients and produce information that is truly ...
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Investigating Trust, Expertise, and Epistemic Injustice in Chronic Pain

Investigating Trust, Expertise, and Epistemic Injustice in Chronic Pain

Investigating Trust, Expertise, and Epistemic Injustice in Chronic Pain Investigating Trust, Expertise, and Epistemic Injustice in Chronic Pain Synopsis Trust is central to the therapeutic relationship, but the epistemic asymmetries ...
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Pain doesn’t stigmatize people. We do that to each other

Pain doesn’t stigmatize people. We do that to each other

Pain doesn’t stigmatize people. We do that to each other Synopsis This is a bit heavier reading yet really important, Pain doesn’t stigmatize people. We do that to each other ...
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Why Do We Fear Co-Producing Health with Patients?

Why Do We Fear Co-Producing Health with Patients?

Why Do We Fear Co-Producing Health with Patients?e Synopsis This blog is posted on the website of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement on November 12th, 2020: Helen was a nurse ...
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Community initiative co-led with patients could improve care for people with complex health and social needs

Community initiative co-led with patients could improve care for people with complex health and social needs

Community initiative co-led with patients could improve care for people with complex health and social needs Synopsis Feb 28, 2020 - BMJOpinion. Canadian family physician Antoine Boivin and patient partner ...
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Empowered Relief: Improving access to interventions for pain relief and opioid reduction

Empowered Relief: Improving access to interventions for pain relief and opioid reduction

About the event Interested in opioid usage reduction? Then it doesn't get much better than this!We are SO excited to welcome, Stanford pain scientist, evidence-based psychologist, author and chronic pain ...
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A way Forward and No Going Back

A way Forward and No Going Back

Synopsis This conversation video with Pete Moore and well known Le Pubbers Kat Gloor, Joletta Belton and Sandy Hilton share thoughts on how the healthcare system is a barrier for ...
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Why is Pain Painful?

Why is Pain Painful?

Why is Pain Painful This is not an easy questions but we love to philosophy. Laura Rathbone - one of our team members sharing her thoughts. Pain is painful because ...
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Find out when exercise will help or hinder when you're experiencing pain

Find out when exercise will help or hinder when you’re experiencing pain

Find out when exercise will help or hinder when you're experiencing pain About this event Exercise is a recommended treatment for those with chronic pain. However, individuals with chronic pain ...
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Acknowledgement of patient partners in patient-oriented research

Acknowledgement of patient partners in patient-oriented research

patient-oriented research Acknowledgement of patient partners in patient-oriented research Synopsis Teams that carry out patient-oriented research projects will require different preparation to empower all team members (researchers and patient partners) ...
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Why Patient Stories Matter at Professional Conferences

Why Patient Stories Matter at Professional Conferences

Heading Text Why Patient Stories Matter at Professional Conferences Synopsis Don’t get me wrong, it is absolutely crucial that listening takes place in the clinical encounter. It is just a ...
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Pain, hyperalgesia and activity in nociceptive C units in humans

Pain, hyperalgesia and activity in nociceptive C units in humans

Pain, hyperalgesia and activity in nociceptive C units in humans Synopsis Check out this great bit of work by LaMotte et al from 1992. Here's some simple reflections of the ...
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Patients as Partners in Research: It's the Right Thing to Do

Patients as Partners in Research: It’s the Right Thing to Do

Patients as Partners in Research: It's the Right Thing to Do Synopsis The health research landscape is changing, and it is time for the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical ...
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