Pain Specialist Dr Beth Darnall Presented at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting: Here Are Her TakeawaysFebruary 09, 2018
Brief, low-cost and scalable psychobehavioral interventions can address gaps in pain education and provide people worldwide with the information and skills to alter the trajectory of their pain and suffering.
These online and free of charge resources are of particular interest to patients living in rural settings who may not have access to pain psychologists.
No-cost pain psychology curricula should be added to graduate and postgraduate psychology programs.
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