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Predict, prevent and alleviate pain through science, education, and compassion.
Predict, prevent and alleviate pain through science, education, and compassion.

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“Many patients are fearful about reducing opioids. Our study methods focused on providing education to help allay their fears, as well as strengthening that bond to help patients succeed and achieve best outcomes,” explains Clinical Professor Beth Darnall.
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Beth Darnall, PhD discusses #psychology for the treatment of chronic pain in the 2018 issue of Spirituality & Health Magazine.
Inside the Jan/Feb 2018 Issue
Inside the Jan/Feb 2018 Issue
spiritualityhealth.com
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A new Stanford Medicine study found that Gabapentin may help surgical patients stop #opioids sooner.
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Dr. Sean Mackey will speak at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Opioid Symposium & Code-a-Thon on Wed, Dec 6 at 9:50am ET.
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This Saturday, October 28, is The 14th National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

Find a location site near you: http://bit.ly/2zNQbwf
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Beth Darnall, PhD discusses how #pain psychology can help to reduce suffering and risks associated with chronic pain.
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Beth Darnall, PhD, receives $8.8 million research award from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to test #pain management strategies.
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A new study led by Dr. Eric Sun, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine at Stanford School of Medicine, found that 75% of opioid prescriptions are written for just 10% of patients.
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Beth Darnall, PhD and Emma Seppälä, PhD, write in the Washington Post on using the power of psychological science for #pain relief.
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Doctors at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford are using virtual reality to alleviate #pain and #anxiety for pediatric patients.
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