Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Bioethics Center recognized for patient advocacy

Award presented during annual meeting of American Academy of Pain Medicine

The American Academy of Pain Medicine has awarded the Center for Practical Bioethics their Patient Advocacy Award for an outstanding contribution to the field of pain medicine.

AAPM President Rollin Gallagher will present the award to Myra Christopher, Center president and CEO, during opening activities of the annual meeting on February 4.

According to the Academy, “the Patient Advocacy Award recognizes activity of an individual in advocating for appropriate evaluation and treatment of patients suffering from pain. This award was created to honor those healthcare professionals whose deeds reflect their recognition of the importance and impact of the specialty of Pain Medicine.”


Center Balanced Pain Policy Initiative
Video, Seeking a Balanced Pain Policy, 7 minutes 38 seconds



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