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Practical Ethics in Pain Management

Physicians who treat pain are becoming progressively more aware of some of the ethical shortcomings in the field, and how they affect both patients and physician practice. In response, Michael Schatman, PhD, has assembled the world’s premier faculty for this landmark course in practical ethics in pain for you, the busy QuantiaMD member.

Moderated By:
Michael E. Schatman, PhD, CPE
Executive Director, Foundation for Ethics In Pain Care
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"Good point. But, patients are being made to believe these relationships are wrong, and thus corrosive to care. That then undermines or potentially does the clinical relationship.

We know the reality, but when media, like news outlets put out lists of docs and the relationships with pharma, then try to imply this is a problem. The tempest in a teapot causes less savvy types to think there is a fire beneath the fake smoke. Academics love to highlight this suggesting the font of knowledge of med schools is the only area of trust worthy information and wisdom. (Your comments suggest otherwise, by the way, so thanks)"
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