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Lifestyle Interventions in Chronic Pain

Steven Passik of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center moderates a faculty of leaders in the field of managing chronic pain in this Expert Practice Series concerning lifestyle interventions. Each interactive module delivers teaching points and tools to improve your clinical care of those patients suffering from pain. Go beyond the opioid molecule in this series to examine what else can be done to help this population.

Moderated By:
Steven D. Passik, PhD
Psychologist, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
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