Join the CTSI and the St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care for a discussion lead by Dr. Robert Hurley, Professor and Vice Chair in the Department of Anesthesiology and Director of the Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin Comprehensive Pain Program.
Pain is the most common medical condition in the United States. Although opioid medications have a role in the treatment of some pain conditions, in the last two decades, pain treatment has become synonymous with the prescription of opioid medications. The cause of the opioid epidemic in America is unique and multifactorial. We will need a complex approach for a solution to this problem. Dr. Hurley will discuss the development of the prescription opioid crisis in order to guide future action.
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Broadcasting: During the Science Café, we may stream the presentation and interactions between the audience and speaker. Only those in attendance (speaker and audience) will be able to view the interactions.
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Publication or White Paper: The themes that come from the Science Cafe could be used in possible future publications or white papers. No direct quotations or identifiable information will be used for publication.