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Race Matters as a Factor in Pain Management, but Why?

October 2014

As if managing the broad spectrum of patient pain were not complex enough, results from an Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis study has found that patient race, provider bias and clinical ambiguity interact to ...
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  • Race Matters as a Factor in Pain Management, but Why?

    October 2014

    As if managing the broad spectrum of patient pain were not complex enough, results from an Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis study has found that patient race, provider bias and clinical ambiguity interact to ...
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  • The Surgeons’ Lounge

    October 2014

    Welcome to the October issue of The Surgeons’ Lounge. In this issue, we welcome our readers to respond to the case presented, and be featured as our next “guest expert”! Send your replies to me at szomsts@ccf.org ...
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  • In the Dark

    October 2014

    The detailed plan that was rolled out at my hospital for responding to the surgeon who refuses to conduct the prescribed time-out at the start of each operation included a script for the nursing staff to address the surgeon, the ...
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